How do you keep your bar open during a lockdown? Start a church which worships 400 heavily-drinking rabbit gods, of course.
The annual pilgrimage to Makkah, or Mecca as it’s also known, is currently taking place, with precautions in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
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.
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.
At a private school with a “Christian ethos” in KZN, one pupil’s artwork has come under fire. This parent, in particular, is less than impressed.
Alleluia Ministries’ pastor Alph Lukau is back, and “healing” multiple congregants at his church. Seems old habits die hard.
Turns out there’s some decent cash to be made in the fake miracles business, provided you’re willing to put up with resurrections, snakes and rats.
As the video of Pastor Alph Lukau performing a fake resurrection continues to circulate, even President Ramaphosa has felt the need to say something.
The man who was resurrected by that Pastor has been revealed as Brighton, who hails from Zimbabwe, and this isn’t his first “miracle”.
You’re always going to be up against it when you’re trying to install a statue associated with the occult and Satanism. Not that it stopped these guys from trying.
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.
In a truly odd tale, a group of naked people kidnapped their neighbours and then crashed their car in an effort to escape the end of the world.
Catholic heckles cardinal. Google’s secret MasterCard deal. CIA alerted SA about Guptas. Ramaphosa compares land plan to apartheid. Perfect diamonds for 50% less. Charles, Harry and William’s Cold War. The rise of ‘witch kits’. Most famous Nazi hunt.
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.
This is a story about a man who needs to travel the world to do the Lord’s work, and the only way he can do it properly is with a specific kind of jet.
The 2018 Met Gala was quite a religious experience. Take a look at what godly outfits Rihanna, Katy Perry and other celebs wore on the red carpet.
A tiny piece of clay, demarcated with figures and inscribed in Hebrew, could assist in proving the Bible’s stories are true once and for all. Apparently.
Pope Francis has a little issue with the Lord’s Prayer, suggesting that the French translation of one line is better than the English one we have been using for years.
In the good old days aliens were all about sticking probes where the sun doesn’t shine, but now they are apparently bringing spiritual enlightenment.
Ever had the desire to pop a hood over your head and beat yourself to the point of bleeding? Nah, me neither, but every seven years this town comes to life.
While there are prophets, gurus, and spiritual leaders, there are also a few peeps who believe they are the second coming. Check these chaps out.
When Cassius Clay became Muhammad Ali back in 1964, it was a pretty big deal. Much has been written about why he made that shift, but how about this letter?
On Saturday, Angus Buchan called for a Christian government. He said he wanted to bring “normality to this beloved nation”. What exactly does this Billy Graham-inspired evangelist mean?