James Dobson (founder, Focus on the Family) played this audio clip of Pastor John MacArthur on his radio show, and he heartily agreed. According to John's statements, apparently God is a terrorist. Music by Eddie Current.
In this scientific experiment, I totally prove that prayer is awesome, and that God exists!
Mark 16:17-18 tells us that drinking poison will do no harm to those who believe. Edward Current celebrates this amazing gift from our loving Father by drinking a bottle of cyanide.
Eternal purity requires eternal vigilance against the devil's hand. Here are some practical tips to keep you from "playing with your Genesis."
Team Austin Ego's tearing it up at the Parish for the National Poetry Slam. "The most sacred prize in all creation."
Nancy Cartwright does the voices for Bart Simpson, Nelson Muntz, Todd Flanders and Ralph Wiggum on the animated television show The Simpsons. She is also a member of the Church of Scientology, joining in 1989, and becoming a Clear on October 1, 1991.
Edward Current tries to explain why atheism is a dangerous, intolerant religion that kills.
What is a theory? Is gravity real? How tasty are flapjacks made from the eggs of a Mexican beaded lizard? Why are there so many questions in this video descr...
Ten absolute, irrefutable, God-approved proofs that Christians are right and atheists are dumb and deluded!
Space stations really resemble laundromats, new 10 and 5 dollar bills are too distracting, parking a TV truck under a power line is a bad call and Buddhism goes to jail.
A commercial parody on the ACLU's attack on Christmas, from Fox News' "The Half Hour News Hiour"
The definitive proof that God exists is the lack of evidence that he doesn't. Or something like that.
Shenaz takes us around the world in search of quirky customs and bizarre behavior.
This American Dad is a believer.
The most persistent conspiracy theory of all time has met its match. Synopsis: Despite all the evidence, millions around the world continue to blame the Jews for 9/11. This belief is a modern-day incarnation of the infamous "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion," the century-old forgery that some people claimed to be the Jews' master plan to rule the world. Filmmaker Marc Levin sets out to understand why "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion" has been revived, and to challenge one of the most persistent, insidious conspiracy theories of all time. In the course of his explosive journey, Levin finds himself delving into the heart of hate, facing those who would traffic in bigotry, all in the name of God.