SINCE his death, many experts have dedicated their career to finding archaeological proof that Jesus Christ existed.
A 200-YEAR-old sacramental bread has been hailed as a miracle after it suddenly turned red as if it was bleeding.
CATHOLIC worshippers claim to have witnessed a miracle after a Virgin Mary statue started “crying blood” as they prayed.
NEW findings from ruins of a first century synagogue in Israel supposedly confirm sections of the New Testament, and with it historic accounts of Jesus’s life.
A team of archaeologists are making the case for Sodom. Not for buggery, mind, but for the historical location of the doomed city. And when you hear the evidence for the queer, fiery end of the proposed site, you might believe Sodom has finally been discovered.
Father Rosario Stroscio of Sicily performed an exorcism on the nun with her consent.
Archaeologists have discovered what may be a skull bone from the revered Buddha, Siddhartha Gautama. The bone was hidden inside a model of a stupa, or a Buddhist shrine used for meditation.
It’s another in our series of roundly discredited theories, myths, and rumors — ones that have pretty much no leg to stand on, but still, despite this fact, continue to be believed and propagated by far, far more people than we would like to admit.
I was not aware there are any human demons, except Nazis (I hate Nazis). However, check out this slick bit of Christian propaganda, the vid even gives instructions how to rid your home of demons before you continue to watch it. Fact or fake? You be the judge.
Heaven and the afterlife. It's a topic that many are not too familiar with and very few get to experience and live to tell about it.
"Researchers" have proven that the Son was crucified on April 3, 33 CE and that the planets Saturn, Uranus, Jupiter, Earth and Venus lined up and took form of a crucified man. I am not so sure but the diagram is cool.
Religions tend to invent ideas and concepts just like every other creative human enterprise, and they have unleashed some remarkably bad ideas onto humanity. Most of these are centered around the notion of telling people what to do and how to live their lives, with the aim of convincing people that conformity to church guidelines will bring some intangible reward in the afterlife.
A woman from Indiana believes she received a “vision from Jesus” through an ultrasound done as part of her prenatal checkup. But Aley Meyer nearly missed the
It's a redundant statement to suggest that tech and science affects every aspect of our lives, but as for dying, well apart from the occasional horrifying
"That’s just one out of hundreds and hundreds of gigantic places around the world."
Fearful that her deceased ex-husband was haunting her, a woman went to see Fr. Vincent Lampert, the exorcist for the diocese of Indianapo...
The unsettling footage shows a young girl in some distress as she tosses her head and growls from behind her face veil
Inscriptions from Kingdom of Judah reveals widespread literacy among population.
A recent photo of the Nile and surrounding desert, taken from the European Space Agency’s newly launched satellite, has unexpectedly caused the Book of Exodus to pop up in media headlines all over the world.
"They are different kinds of insight, so there is really no reason for so much conflict to arise."