The atheist group that is in opposition to the Ark Encounter theme park in Kentucky had long expressed their plans to put up protest ads along the roads leading to the life-size replica of Noah's Ark. However, two billboard companies turned down the project.Read More
Famous singer-actress Lady Gaga responded to an article on a Catholic website that somehow gives the impression that they are questioning several celebrities' faith, including hers. The website responded in turn, saying that what she said was "absolutely beautiful."Read More
Research involving growing a human embryo in a laboratory has had a breakthrough, but it had to be stopped before reaching the set legal limit of 14 days. This has raised the desire by scientists to have the limit extended beyond two weeks, but there is still the question on ethics.Read More
The theory on the dinosaur-killing asteroid hit, which many believe to have wiped out the prehistoric beasts 66 million years ago, no longer suffices as an explanation, as scientists came up with a study revealing that their extinction started earlier.Read More
The discovery of ancient lizards estimated to be 99 million years old has put into question the theory of evolution as the animals were found to be highly similar to present day lizards, indicating that no evolution took place in the species.Read More
The live feed from the International Space Station was cut for an hour this week, just as the camera was showing what seems to be horseshoe-shaped UFO. Conspiracy theorists are now thinking that this was a deliberate attempt by NASA to hide from the general public evidence of alien life.Read More
The soon-to-open Ark Encounter theme park in Kentucky will need from 300 to 400 employees before it welcomes the public in July, but in order to be considered, an applicant has to be a Christian.Read More
Evangelist Franklin Graham slammed PayPal for cancelling their planned expansion project in North Carolina, calling the company 'hypocrite of the year.' The online payments company pulled out their plans to invest millions of dollars in Charlotte after the state passed the law that PayPal deems is discriminatory.Read More
The placard that a preacher placed in a public area in Manchester has captured the interest of the online community. It lists the sins that would prevent those who commit them from going to heaven.Read More
Nuns belonging to the Sisters of Charity are being asked to agree to contracts that would prevent them from "interfering" in the operations of the new National Maternity Hospital that would be built on the land owned by the religious order.
A student who was suspected of being involved in the lynching of another student in a Pakistani university claimed that the school officials asked him to testify that the victim had committed blasphemy.