A papyrus fragment that mentions Jesus's wife is likely ancient, probably dating between the sixth and ninth century, latest research showsWhen Karen L. King, the Hollis Professor of Divinity at Harvard Divinity School, announced the fragment's existence in September 2012,
Bearded, wearing sunglasses and with hair flowing past his shoulders, a local NBA super-fan called simply "Spurs Jesus" is already a quasi-celebrity around San AntonioNow he can add another line to his resume: Crime-stopper, after thwarting a would-be home-invasion robberySee also: Not just Boston:
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Archaeologists have excavated a house in Nazareth, Jesus' home town, that dates back to the first century. Local Christians have long believed it was Jesus' childhood home, but scientists say that's impossible to know for sure. What the house reveals about life during Jesus' childhood, however,
It turns out that a piece of supposedly ancient papyrus referring to Jesus' wife is likely a hoax.Karen King, a professor at the Harvard Divinity School, published a study in the Harvard Theological Review in April that claimed the document was authentic. (Mashable reported on that in April.
About 48 million years ago, a distant relative of the "Jesus lizard," named for its knack for walking on water, darted around the tropical rainforests of ancient Wyoming, a new study finds.The ancient lizard may have also performed the seemingly miraculous feat,
Apparently there are some things beer doesn't pair so well with — like religious figures. A chocolate-peanut butter porter from DuClaw Brewing Co. has been removed from a local Cleveland grocery store because of complaints about its controversial name: "Sweet Baby Jesus.
When it came time for the National Geographic to commission art for their upcoming three-hour event series Killing Jesus, the network called upon a man dubbed the "digital DaVinci" to do the job"After working with Nat Geo on the Killing Kennedy newsstand billboard illustrations,
During a living nativity at the Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church in Dallas, Texas, one of the goats decided to steal the spotlight from baby JesusThe goat strolled right up to Jesus' manger and proceeded to hop right in, causing the actors and the audience to burst out laughing (luckily,
The man in the moon. Jesus in toast. The Virgin Mary in a grilled cheese sandwich. Faces are everywhere — even when they're not, strictly speaking, supposed to be.Now, new research reveals the brain processes that underlie these facial false alarms, a phenomenon called "face pareidolia.
Is that potato a spitting image of Winston Churchill, or is my brain just playing tricks on me? In today's Mashable Minute, Elliott Morgan uses his face to explain "pareidolia," the sensation responsible for why we think we see faces everywhereOh, and be sure to check out yesterday's episode.
During an otherwise routine restoration, researchers at Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology and History (NIAH) made a highly unprecedented discovery. As it turns out, the 18th century statue of Christ they'd been X-raying was fitted with actual,
The Christmas episode of The Leftovers was anything but merry: A truck crashes on a highway, ejecting hundreds of corpses bound for funeral homes; a deranged man punches a pregnant woman in the stomach, but miraculously the baby’s OK; Laurie asks Kevin for a divorce,
A study of the online encyclopaedia found that the Swedish biologist is more influential than anyone else when it comes to incoming links.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/06/12/jesus-beaten-number-one-spot-wikipedia-swedish-biologist-carl-linnaeus/
A good policy on all wingsuit jumps is to never crash into anything. A secondary policy to follow would be if you do crash into something, make sure it's soft and not Rio de Janeiro's 125-foot tall Christ the Redeemer statue.
Here's a strange Christmas film—weird, sad, and hopeful all at the same time. According to its creators, Anomaly is 'a retelling of thetraditional Christmas Nativity which explores, through a modern-day lens, the events of two-thousand years ago, set against the space-race canvas of the 1960s.
Jesus in the front, guns in the back? That isn't Rocky Mount United Methodist Church's official motto, but maybe it should beThe Jemison, Alabama church has taken an unorthodox approach to attracting new members by transforming what used to be a backyard gully into a gun range for parishioners.
Patricia Arquette is #blessedAnd it's not just because she snagged the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress on Sunday night for her role in Boyhood, but rather because she has been graced by Jesus-lookalike Jared LetoSee also:
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No, not Jesus, but a husky walked on water.This dog seems perfectly happy prancing about, completely unaware that he's actually, in fact, a god. It only takes spelling dog backwards to make perfect sense of why this pooch can perform such a feat of biblical proportions.
Warning: Spoilers aheadBefore we get to Andre Lyon, let's talk about the last five seconds of the latest episode of EmpireWhile out for a jog, Hakeem Lyon gets kidnapped by mysterious men in black. Are they Thirsty's people? Do they secretly work for Lucious? Is this a separate operation entirely?
This is a big get for Vimeo: Spike Lee made his latest movie, Da Sweet Blood of Jesus, available to stream on the video-sharing site today, a month before its theatrical release.Read more...
From the birth of Jesus in a manger to the Star of Bethlehem, the classic details of the Nativity story show up in Christmas pageants and storefront windows everywhere. But how may of those details are rooted in history?"My overall take on this,
Before the celebration of a resurrection on Easter, Christians pay respect and remember sacrifice.In the Christian faith, Good Friday — the Friday before Easter Sunday — marks the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and the last day of Holy Week, or Jesus' last week of earthly life.See also:
Iran's Grand Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has once again used his Twitter account to blast the United States, directing his attention to Ferguson and #blacklivesmatter.See also: In a country where city workers shoot stray dogs, some Iranians work to save themIn a series of tweets sent Sunday,
When you tell people that you're born on Christmas, they typically react in one of two ways. It's either:Image: Tumblr, narrycherrieor:Image: GiphyAnd then there's the internal debate over whether it's worth it to explain that you're Jewish and don't celebrate Christmas.Image: Tumblr,
eldavojohn writes There have been suspicions that fracking has caused minor earthquakes in Ohio but last year seismic data recorded by the Earthscope Transportable Array was analyzed by the Seismological Society of America using template matching and has resulted in a new publication and press release making the statement that Hilcorp Energy's fracking in Poland Township in March of 2014 "did not create a new fault,
Nobody's ever been able to make a perfect copy of Christ the Redeemer, the towering statue of Jesus that watches of Rio de Janeiro. That's largely because the sculpture is sitting on the top of a craggy hill near a windy coastline. What to do? Call in the drones.Read more...
It seems stringrays aren't the only photobombers in the sea.Self-proclaimed adventurer Diuvs de Jesus shared a photo that has the Internet shell-shockedSee also:
The original Robocop, released back in 1997 and directed by Paul Verhoeven, was not only one of the best science fiction films of the last three decades—or, as Tom Scocca described it on Gawker,
First, let's start by dispelling a somewhat popular myth that more or less goes like this:Read more...
KentuckyFC writes: 'In 1978, the American researcher Michael Hart published The 100: A Ranking of the Most Influential Persons in History, a book that became an international best seller. Since then, various others have published similar lists. But all suffer the same drawback:
Someone with a bunch of DVDs and lot of spare time just made a supercut of what appears to be every single table flip in cinema. It's hard to know if the video does actually show them all, but it's still a blast to watch. Because: (╯°□°）╯︵ ┻━┻Read more...
Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey is one of the most iconic science fiction films of all time. Transcending the very genre it helped to modernize, it would be an act of desecration for any other person to re-cut Kubrick's masterpiece. Well, hey would you look at that,
Sploid loves awesome places, which is why we have a series dedicated to beautiful cities (send me your favorite videos.) Awesome places like New York City, which looks incredibly beautiful in Victor Chu's aerial film of the five boroughs: Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island.
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