You get wine drinkers and then you get wine consumers – and it turns out one country is doing its utmost to take home that latter crown.
Donald Trump loves the Bible – in fact, it’s his favourite book. If you need proof, check out this Bible reference mash up.
It looks like one of our local rappers is a firm believer in the notion that there’s no such thing as bad publicity. He might owe Kanye West a thank you as well.
Watch out ladies, there is a new player in town and he is generating quite the buzz on Tinder. Check out his tasty pics here
A thousand year old manuscript “proves” the holy messiah was also a husband and a father.
Easter is fast approaching. While some of us only see it as a couple of days off from work, Christians will be all talk around the water cooler about the man that allegedly rose from the dead 2,000 years ago. Here are five little known facts about Jesus.
They say he was a carpenter. Maybe slaving away, making wooden furniture is how Jesus got his chiseled good looks. The latest portrayal of Jesus on the silver screen has a lot of people questioning whether Jesus has become too sexy.
“Doing good has never been easier.” That’s the tagline thrown into each video, indicating that everybody at the table has done something incredibly altruistic for the benefit of mankind. The new series entitled ‘The Good Guys’ contrasts the historical figures Jesus, Gandhi and Mother Teresa with your average Joe, and shows how a few simple mouse clicks is enough to make a difference and score the Mr Average a seat at the table with the greats.
Yeezus! Has Kanye finally overstepped the line, pushed the boundaries a little too far? Mr West kicked off his highly anticipated Yeezus tour in Seattle last week, and did so in typically controversial style, when he invited 12 dancing disciples, a red-eyed demon, and Jesus on stage with him.
Stand down, Australia! This chap named Moses, from the northern KwaZulu-Natal town of Eshowe claims to be Jesus. Naturally, being Jesus means setting up a compound, which cultists in the recent past totally didn’t do, and collecting disciples. Which cultists also definitely did not do.
This former Australian IT specialist Alan Miller is claiming to be the Messiah while his partner is, according to Miller, Mary Magdalene. He believes he was crucified and remembers performing miracles. There is a huge amount of criticism, but others are moving across continents to be closer to the couple.
According to Archbishop Robert Zollitsch, head of the German Catholic Church he would have been. The Son of God would have retweeted, liked and pinned his love for you apparently. The Archbishop said nothing about whether Jesus Christ would have used Google plus or not.
With the world ending on December 21, and Christmas/Mangaung just around the corner, this video couldn’t be more pertinent. But there’s MORE:
During an Easter radio interview, comedian Nik Rabinowitz upset some listeners with his jokes. Highlights included referring to a “queer Jesus for the gay community” and a “pastor who had a potato stuck up his backside.” This morning the Broadcasting Complaints Commission of South Africa (BCCSA) found complaints accusing these statements as “blasphemous” to be not valid.
The image of Jesus has appeared on some very random items in the past including a piece of bubblegum, a Kit Kat Chunky, and even an iron. But, according to an American couple, JC has now appeared on a discarded Walmart shopping receipt. What’s even freakier is the fact that they first saw the image just as they came home from church one morning!
This is perhaps the most macabre crime story I’ve ever heard. A South Korean man was found dead, on a cross, wearing a crown of thorns. Although police had declined to release further details, the press in South Korea depicted the gruesome scene with the man wearing a crown of thorns, dressed only in his underpants.