John Oliver continues to take his satirical skewer to the great and good. And, as it turns out, the not so great and good who take pleasure in tricking people out of their hard-earned cash.
Online Religious TV and video sites focusing on a particular religion.
“Hundreds of worshippers attend Palm Sunday processions in Jerusalem and the West Bank to mark the beginning of Easter festivities. Vanessa Johnston reports.” – Yt
Hanukkah is the Jewish holiday which takes place over the course of eight days every winter. And that’s about as far as my knowledge of the Festival of Lights extends.
I admit I’m ignorant on this particular religious holiday. However, this video demonstrates that I’m not alone. In fact, I’m positively well-informed compared to some people.
In a word, no. A solar storm is a solar storm, and it has absolutely nothing to do with any religious apocalyptic end times nonsense.
Even so, it’s kind of amusing listening to this guy rant on about some supposed meaning to a natural phenomenon.
There have been several attempts to tell the story of the Ten Commandments over the years, and this is just one of them. Charlton Heston is nowhere to be seen.
This video features the full animated movie called The Ten Commandments, which tells the story of Moses on Mount Sinai, as told in The Bible.
“Earlier this week, it was announced that an ancient text claiming that Jesus had a wife was not forged!”
Pat Robertson, known as a right-wing conservative Christian, has condemned Young Earth Creationists. Which is the group who believe the Bible should be taken literally, meaning the world is only 6,000 years old.
If you’re a fan of Fox News and have always dismissed the claims that it’s biased, then, well, just watch and tell me there is no agenda here. It’s not even a hidden agenda, it’s right there in the open.
Fox News has done a great deal to promote Reza Aslan’s new book, “Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth.” How so? An interview conducted by Lauren Green on FoxNews.com managed to so thoroughly insult and trash Aslan’s motives in writing the book that the whole world is clicking on the tete-a-tete.
Actress Leah Remini says she has “heartfelt appreciation for the overwhelming positive response” she has received in light of her leaving the Church of Scientology.