Richard Dawkins: Is The Bible Still Relevant Today?
Video fo Quagmire verbally killing Brian at the dinner table. What are your opinions?
Spoof of House of Cards. Written and Directed by Jon Deutsch and Ross Cohen
Seth Meyers brings you the latest headlines including Benedict XVI stepping down as pope.
Studying at BYU as a closet gay Mormon has been quite an experience. I finally decided to come out and stop living a lie. I'm still, and will forever be, a faithful Mormon. While some gay Mormons still marry someone of the opposite sex, I do not see myself doing this. I will remain celibate and do not plan to marry.
Hzt Khadija (RA) & Hzt Aisha (RA) are the wives of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) Award-winning historian Bettany Hughes discovers how the period known as the Dark Ages was in fact a golden age for a few remarkable women. She finds that education and the written word became vital tools for these women. First, she looks at Theodora, a prostitute turned empress, who allied herself with Mary the Mother of God to rule over a great Christian empire. Then she looks at the legacy of the wives of the prophet Muhammad, including Hzt Khadija (RA), one of the first converts to Islam and Hzt Aisha (RA), whose words are still read by over two billion men and women today. Bettany also discovers the story of Wu Zetien - a courtesan who harnessed the power of a philosophy, Buddhism, to become the only woman to rule China as emperor. Finally, Bettany explores the history of St. Hilda, a great educator and wise woman, who presided over the crucial conference, the Synod of Whitby, which decided when Christians in Britain celebrated Easter, and cemented the islands' links with Rome and Europe. Bettany Hughes concludes that these extraordinary women across the globe used their courage, charisma and sheer brainpower to put the female of the species back in the heart of religion. Their incredible achievements still shape our lives today
Are the biblical Ten Commandments REALLY responsible for our laws and morality, as many Christians claim? Do we owe anything to them at all? Should they be considered significant? Displayed in public buildings such as schools and courts?
Mohammad Azmi, a 55-year-old former contractor, has dedicated his life to rescuing stray dogs and cats, despite living in a country where dogs, especially, are considered taboo, filthy and un- Islamic. The Muslims who care for dogs are usually frowned upon, let alone touch and feed them. However for Mohammad Azmi, who is fondly known as Pak Mie, his love for these animals is unconditional, as he, with the help from his wife, splurge their savings on the stray animals by providing a shelter, food and medication on daily basis, apart getting donations from concerned citizens. To date, he has rescued more than a whopping 600 stray animals, a figure that no other licensed shelters have ever accommodated. This also means that they have to lead a simple life; so simple that they sleep in the car parked outside the shelter that they built just to make sure that no one harms the animals during the night. Pak Mies activity has however attracted the attention from the local council, which in the other hand, usually resorts to killing the strays instead of putting them at animal shelters. Although Pak Mie knows that he will never get anything in return by sacrificing his normal life, he is hopeful that he will continue to do so until his last breath.
Animals and fire: what could possibly go wrong?
Still influential to this day... This is the 7" single version, not the LP version which was faster... Creation notice: This is to let YouTube, Google or whoever know that I created this video... This notice by no way means any disrespect to those who own, or those who originally filmed any footage contained within.
Julian Newman, a 4'5" 5th grade hoops phenom out of Downey Christian School in Orlando, Florida, has been tearing apart varsity opponents that are 6 and 7 years older than him. He leads the state of Florida in assists at 11.5 a game and is 19th in the nation in that category. Last night, he scored 14 points, dished 8 assists and had 3 steals against Agape Christian which is one of the top private schools in the Orlando area. Two months ago, he scored 91 points in only 3 quarters of a middle school game which led to his move to varsity. Special Thanks to Brian-Marc Whittaker.
Dr. Andrew Bennett talks about his new role as Ambassador for Canada's Office of Religious Freedom
Bill Maher New Rules: Pope Quits
C. G. P. Grey drops some knowledge on how you can pick up the Pontiff gig for yourself. Someone's got to succeed Benedict XVI. Why not you?
Papal Securities is the trusted name in planning for Catholic popes eying retirement. From Season 38 Episode 14 | Aired on 02/16/2013 | Not Rated | 01:23