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Nun, 84, sentenced to 3 years in jail for nuclear break-in #WTFnews

Sister Megan Rice and two other defendants jailed for entering Oak Ridge plant and daubing it with Biblical messages   theguardian.com, Wednesday 19 February 2014 00.49 GMT Michael Walli, Sister Megan Rice and Greg Boertje-Obed arriving for their trial in May… Continue Reading →

What the Bible Says About Money ,Shocking !

  Monday, 12 Aug 2013 Most people know Sean Hyman from his regular appearances on Fox Business, CNBC, and Bloomberg Television, but what they don’t know is that Sean is a former pastor, and that his secret to investing is… Continue Reading →

Maharashtra tribal Christians face Boycott

John Dayal PALGHAR, Maharashtra,  Jan 12, 2013 — For over 10 days, a torn Bible and a damaged harmonium have been lying in a makeshift prayer hall which villagers now take turn to guard—just the way the attackers had left… Continue Reading →

Drinking to become a sin for Kerala Catholics #Wtfnews

There might also be a ban on employing people who drink in institutions run by the church. (Photo courtesy: indiavision.com) Kochi: If the bishops’ council in Kerala has its way, alcohol consumption would become a sin for over 5 million Catholics… Continue Reading →

What the Bible Says About #Rape #Gender #Vaw

AlterNet / By Valerie Tarico Christians of many stripes are scrambling to distance themselves and their religion from Republican comments about rape. But a literal interpretation of the Bible is quite disturbing. November 1, 2012  | Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney (left) and U.S…. Continue Reading →

An Anonymous humorous letter to Bible candidate – Rick Santorum

Dear Friends,  I have been greatly moved by Rick Santorum‘s wise pronouncements, guided by Biblical principles, especially those concerning marriage. Of course he believes that sexual intercourse should be used only for purposes of procreation (he says he has never… Continue Reading →

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