As South Africa readies itself for a spike in coronavirus cases and deaths, the decision to allow religious gatherings of up to 50 people has been criticised.
Things became heated between the Greenmarket Square refugees and the police during an operation to relocate them this past weekend.
Jediism, a religion that wants you to embrace the Force, now has as many followers in the UK as Scientology, and it’s growing by the day.
The man who was resurrected by that Pastor has been revealed as Brighton, who hails from Zimbabwe, and this isn’t his first “miracle”.
People are opting out of brick and mortar religion in favour of virtual reality churches, where they worship online with people from all over the globe.
Locals are not impressed, after an amateur artist managed to spectacularly botch up the restoration of a famous statue in a Spanish church.
Churches aren’t exactly known for their racy signs, but over on Australia’s Gold Coast everyone’s having a good chuckle at this one.
Over 13 000 fraudulent life insurance claims were foiled in 2016 in South African alone, and these were the most common cons people tried to pull off.
Due to some building issues, the place Jesus was buried for three days will be opened up and archaeologists are very excited.
One of Durban’s iconic religious institutions went up in flames last night, onlookers gathering to gawk and mourn.
Self-proclaimed prophet Pastor Mboro revealed why he heals through people’s underwear. That’s it folks, keep sending him your money.
Prophet Mboro went to heaven on Easter Sunday, and came back a while later with some snaps on his cellular phone.
As water levels drop in Mexico, a beautiful piece of colonial history is revealed, and here are the incredible photo’s for our viewing pleasure.
What do snakes and rocks have in common? They taste great with a side of religious zeal, as demonstrated in these insane photographs
If you were to list the jobs you might think Pope Francis had growing up I’m pretty sure bouncer would be right down the bottom. Alas, we know he likes to spring a surprise on us now and again.
Kids are prone to the odd lie, but this young man pulled off a whopper and everyone bought it hook, line and sinker. Now for the truth bomb to drop.
Pope Francis has taken a stand for evolution, saying that God is not a “magician with a magic wand”. Check out his full statement here…
Nigeria’s prophet TB Joshua’s television channel has released a new video clip showing the collapse of the four-storey building at the Synagogue Church of All Nations (Scoan).
The church which collapsed in Nigeria was led by the charismatic “Prophet” TB Joshua, who is said to be able to cure anything.
The Queen’s professionalism can’t be questioned. Even in the event of a fainting page boy, Elizabeth continues her royal duties and slams out the rest of her address to parliament, like a boss.
Pastor Lesego Daniel is known for his, shall we say, ‘experimental’ teachings. He reinforced this perception a few days ago when he ordered his congregation to drop to the floor and eat grass, in a bid to get “closer to God”.
What becomes of vacant church buildings? Do they just decay? Some do, but not all of them. These church buildings have been repurposed in the most amazing ways.
Ghanaian Cardinal Peter Turksan is the front runner to replace Pope Benedict from the the bookmaker’s point of view. If elected, Turkson would lead 1, 2 billion members of the Roman-Catholic church, this would be the first time in a millennium that the Catholic church would be under the headship of a non-European. Paddy Power […]
You just cannot make this stuff up! Fight Church is an upcoming documentary about the combination of Christianity and Mixed Martial Arts. The film follows several pastors and fighters in a quest to reconcile their faith with this violent sport.
Huh. Well, alright. UK church officials have given the holy thumbs up to ‘Confession: A Roman Catholic App,’ which walks users through sacrament, having them admit their wrongdoings – and keep track of their sins. Please keep your comments until the end of the lecture, though, because this baby costs $1.99
In November ’09, Aids activist group Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) launched a campaign to remove an ad on ETV by the Christ Embassy church. In the ad the church claims they cure Aids. This week, finally, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) managed to force ETV to pull the ad. A little too late as it turns out.