The political climate in the United States surrounding the Nov. 8 elections may be described as divisive, and at times, hostile. A poll released by a research firm on Monday shows interesting trends in how Americans behave on social media following the 2016 election, with Democrats twice as likely to "unfriend" or block someone on Facebook and five times more likely to avoid a family member during the holidays due to clash in political beliefs.Read More
Just in time for Christmas, Jesus' birthplace is captured in a new 360-degree video, giving people from all over the world a chance to see the holy site, which is believed to be housed in the Church of Nativity in Bethlehem.Read More
A decorated NASA scientist warns that a catastrophic event that could wipe out life on earth is very much a possibility and that the world may not have enough time to prepare for such an event.Read More
Through the use of imaging technology, a charred 1,700-year-old scroll was revealed to be a copy of the book of Leviticus. The En-Gedi scroll had been damaged by fire about 1,400 years ago but a process called "virtual unwrapping" has made the contents of the artifact readable.Read More
Perry Noble, the former senior pastor of NewSpring Church, announced that he recently completed a 30-day treatment for his alcoholism. He stated that he will not be posting or responding to any comments on social media for the time being.Read More
Young people from New Zealand still read the Bible on paper according to a recent survey. The survey, commissioned by the Bible Society of New Zealand, showed that 87 percent of youth who read the Bible prefer the printed version.Read More
U.K. politician Tim Farron has reportedly canceled an appearance at a Christian conference in Manchester over concerns about a promotional material that criticizes the "gay lobby" for the "onslaught" on the Church.