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Christian Extremist: Atheist Books Should Be Burned Because “They’re Absolutely Dangerous”

Theodore Shoebat, a Christian extremist last seen on this site explaining how dissenters in his future theocracy would be put to death, now wants to put an end to that whole religious freedom idea.And that means burning all the atheist books.

WrestleMania 32 Rumors: The Rock Appearing At Blockbuster Event; Possible Opponent For The Undertaker Suggested

One of the World Wrestling Entertainment's most admired superstars The Rock is rumored to be appearing on the company's biggest annual event, WrestleMania.

Cam Newton's Mother Cautions Him Not to Let the Devil Use His Platform

Before Cam Newton stormed out of his press conference following his Carolina Panthers' Super Bowl 50 loss, the quarterback's mother, Jackie, advised him to use his platform to promote Jesus Christ.

Wheaton College 'Same God' Prof. Says Jesus Is Her Rock on Difficult Journey From Advent to Lent

Wheaton College announced Wednesday that it will create a scholarship in the name of former professor Larycia Hawkins, who has agreed to forgo her tenure and leave the school after being suspended in December for asserting that Christians and Muslims worship the same God.

How The West Wing can help Catholic Choirs

As mentioned in David Clayton’s post on Monday, a Catholic Vespers was sung in the Chapel of Hampton Court Palace yesterday evening. This historic event was conceived and promoted by Genesis Sixteen, the outreach offshoot of The Sixteen, the well-known concert and touring choir. Show More Summary

WWE Latest News: Daniel Bryan's Retirement 'Not A Work'; Wrestlers React To Bryan's Retirement

Former World Wrestling Entertainment champion and world heavyweight champion made his retirement official during the most recent episode of Monday Night RAW.

Hallmark Ignites Controversy Over Gay Couple Valentine's Day Ads

Hallmark has garnered controversy for releasing a series Valentine's Day ads featuring gay couples talking about their romantic lives.

'Supernatural' Season 11 Episode 13 Spoilers: Sam, Dean Investigate Valentine's Day Murder Cases

The previous episode of The CW's popular drama TV series "Supernatural" Season 11 saw Sam and Dean Winchester dealing with teenagers, vampires and Sheriff Jody Mill. This week's episode, in the meantime, will see the brothers dealing with a series of murders which all occurred on Valentine's Day.

Ash Wednesday 2016

Dómine, non secundum peccáta nostra, quae fécimus nos: neque secundum iniquitátes nostras retríbuas nobis. V. Dómine, ne memíneris iniquitátum nostrárum antiquárum: cito antícipent nos misericórdiae tuae, quia páuperes facti sumus nimis. Show More Summary

Steve Harvey Says T-Mobile Ad Poking Fun of Miss Universe Mistake Is About Redemption

Steve Harvey's T-Mobile commercial that aired during Super Bowl 50 is about more than making a ton of money from his mistake while hosting the Miss Universe pageant last year, it's about redemption.

Talking leadership with the new GSA administrator

Denise Turner Roth, the administrator of the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), was named to the role just this past August—but she has been in public service for more than 18 years. During that time, she's worked for members of Congress, the District of Columbia government and as city manager for Greensboro, N.C., where she […]

'Criminal Minds' Season 11 Episode 14 Spoilers: BAU Hunts Down UnSub Who Illegally Detained Women For Years

CBS' hit police procedural drama TV series "Criminal Minds" Season 11 finally returns to the airwaves, after a two-week long break, with a brand new, action-packed episode that will feature a weird case of abduction.

Steven Furtick Celebrates 10 Years in Ministry, 40,000 'Professions of Faith'

Pastor Steven Furtick celebrates Elevation Church's 10th anniversary, as well as 40,000 "professions of faith."

'Law & Order: SVU' Season 17 Episode 14 Spoilers: 'Chicago PD' Detectives Join Benson In Hunt For Escaped Murderers

NBC's hit police procedural drama TV series "Law And Order: Special Victim's Unit" Season 17 returns this week with a special crossover event that will see NYPD's own Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay) working with the detectives from "Chicago PD" as both parties join hands in a hunt for two escaped murderers.

Hijab-Wearing Barbie 'Hijarbie' Not a Symbol of Oppression, Says Creator

After the toy company Mattel gave the classic doll Barbie a dramatic makeover with a variety of skintones and body types last month, a woman in Nigeria has taken to Instagram to show Muslim girls how they can transform Barbie into a hijab-wearing icon they can identify with.

Today’s Hindu Calendar – February 11, 2016 – Tithi, Vrat, Good Time, Nakshatra, Rashi and Festival

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News: Wheaton and Hawkins Start Public Reconciliation

Here's what both sides shared at today's press conference. At a press conference today in downtown Chicago, Wheaton College president Philip Ryken and professor Larycia Hawkins addressed their reconciliation and her departure. Meanwhile,...Show More Summary

'Are You the One' Season 4 News: Show Returning This Year?

As fans continue to ponder on the events that went down in the season 3 finale of "Are You the One," it has recently been confirmed that the show will be back for a fourth season sometime this year.

'Chicago PD' Season 3 Episode 14 Spoilers: CPD Squad Hunts Down Two Escaped Convicts

Fans of NBC's hit police procedural drama TV series "Chicago PD" are in for a huge surprise as the show will return this week with a two-hour-long crossover episode with "Law and Order: SVU" Season 17. According to reports, the event would focus on an emergency concerning two convicts who are at large, deadly and more than ready to wreak havoc.

'The Jump' Sees Seven Contestants Leave Third Season as Channel 4 Launches Safety Review

Following the tragic accident that Beth Tweddle fell into on Saturday, Channel 4 has reportedly asked for producers of "The Jump" to review its safety procedures.

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