Portrait of Albert Einstein
October 4th, 2018

Faced with their own mortality, most humans nestle up to the notion of a higher being. But Albert Einstein was no normal man. Just a year before his death, the famous physicist penned a letter rejecting the very notion of God and religion. According to reports, this “God letter” – as it’s come to be known – will soon be auctioned off to the highest bidder. The final price is expected to top $1 million. Continue reading

Mobile Mosque in Japan
August 20th, 2018

Responding to concerns about a shortage of prayer facilities for Muslims during the Olympics, Japan has created the world’s first mosque on wheels. Will this technology soon spread worldwide? Continue reading

Gaming preacher
July 31st, 2018

Video game preaching is taking the world of online gaming by storm, with some individuals gaining thousands of followers. Now the question becomes: will the future of worship involve sitting on a couch? Continue reading

Alfie Evans in a hospital bed
April 24th, 2018

When Alfie Evans was declared brain-dead, his parents vowed to fight for him with everything they had. However, doctors insist he cannot be treated and have taken the boy off of life support. With time running out, Pope Francis is attempting to intervene. Continue reading

Woman with sex robot
April 16th, 2018

Sex dolls have been around for a while now, but recent technological advances are changing the game. The next generation of AI companions will be much more realistic and intelligent – spurring experts to warn anyone who will listen that sex robots could change humanity forever. Continue reading

An artificial intelligence God
October 29th, 2017

One Silicon Valley engineer believes he has discovered God. As it turns out, he isn’t an old man on a cloud, but thousands of lines of computer code. That engineer, Anthony Levandowski, has formed a new religion to create and worship an artificial intelligence program. Continue reading

A collection of banned books
September 8th, 2017

At the end of September, libraries and bookstores everywhere will be celebrating “Banned Books Week.” This got us thinking: why do people ban books (or, in extreme cases, burn them)? Literature is such a fundamental part of human life, and … Continue reading

A depiction of the Mark of the Beast in the form of a microchip
September 7th, 2017

Microchips are roughly the size of a grain of rice, and can do everything from opening doors to buying your lunch. But some are worried about a connection between microchips and the Mark of the Beast. Could there be a link? Continue reading

Facebook icon towering over other major religions.
August 31st, 2017

Regardless of their religious beliefs, people are worshiping more and more – just not in the manner you might think. They don’t worship by going to church, praying to God, or reading a religious text. They do it by opening Facebook. Continue reading

Psychedelic mushrooms
July 31st, 2017

Researchers at John Hopkins University and New York University have convinced a group of religious leaders to try “magic” mushrooms in the name of science. The researchers will give two dozen priests, rabbis and pastors controlled doses of psilocybin, the … Continue reading