Determining that precise instant when life starts is a big subject in American politics, but it’s rarely discussed with much nuance.
There’s a movement afoot to rewrite rock’s best songs with Christian lyrics, and you haven’t heard about it. Enter the world of “parodeities,” and learn some deuteronomy.
Sixty years after the founding of Israel, the pomp-and-circumstance of the anniversary—celebrated last week on the Jewish calendar and today on the secular one—prompts a different sort of recollection.
Growing up with strict Muslim rules can be tough in mainstream America. Throw in prank calls to sexually excitable old men and the going suddenly gets harder.
Everybody wants to know, but nobody wants to ask: Why are Jews funny? A journey far from the roads of good intentions.
Who says non-believers can’t get frisky like the faithful? Secular countries may be suffering declining populations, but atheists still have all the fun.
Sure, you’re going to heaven, but what about your dog—and yes, even your cat? A helpful guide to caring for your pets after the rapture.
The Ten Commandments are concise and plainly worded—because the Israelites were smart enough to lawyer-up before finalizing the contract.
Given his recent legal troubles, Mel Gibson may want to put some of the upcoming projects from Icon Pictures, his film production company, on hold. Some of the movies we’ll have to wait a bit longer to see.
Is that a benevolent deity inside your briefcase or is Loki just happy to see you? Introducing the game show that’s got Americans clutching their prayer books: It’s God or No God with Howie Mandel! Atheists, watch out!
If relics like tractors and antique toilets deserve museums, why not creationism? And why stop there? A guide to upcoming halls of wisdom.
With more and more kids reneging on their signed virginity vows, it’s time for swift action. An updated pledge from LifeTime Ministry that explains all you really need to know to keep your ticket to salvation intact.