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12 Nov 2011 16:45


Politics: Herman Cain: God told me to run for president

  • You da man, Herman. You da man!
  • God • Telling Herman Cain he should run for president — at least according to Herman Cain. In an Associated Press article released on Saturday, Cain said God encouraged him to run for president. God also told Michele Bachmann to run for president back in July and God also apparently supported Tim Pawlenty’s run for president back in April. We’re not entirely sure the above is what God directly said to Cain — if He said anything at all — but we’re pretty sure it’s close. source

02 Sep 2010 11:07


Tech: Stephen Hawking doesn’t think universe is God’s creation

Someone had to say it, right? And that someone is riding around in a the coolest chair anyone in the world has ever owned. source

06 May 2010 10:55


21 Jan 2010 10:22


Offbeat: Pranking Christians: Funny because they don’t know pop culture!

  • Two clips, two obvious pop culture references, two guys that completely miss them. In the first clip, the guy reads a letter from a man who has the exact same problem as the Fresh Prince of Bel Air. In the second, the letter-writer says that God is a man who rickrolls. Jesus, you guys need to start watching a wider variety of secular TV. Those are blatantly obvious.

13 Jan 2010 15:01


Politics: Haiti earthquake: Pat Robertson is a douchenozzle

  • The CBN host with the most racist philosophies possible said that Haitians are getting punished by Satan for the slave revolt that liberated their country 200 years ago. Dude, do you just wait for bad things to happen to go crazy? source

19 Oct 2009 23:20


Politics: Our world is full of godless heathens. Let’s be honest about it.

“A Million New Yorkers Are Good Without God. Are You?” What a question. It begs you to respond. An anonymous donor with a lot of money and an inquisitive spirit has a pretty good question to ask New York subway-dwellers starting next week. And it's one bound to attract (depending on your corner) curiosity, debate, criticism or anger. But we say it's a good time to ask. Here's why:
  • At a turning point We’re closer to being a godless society than at any point in our world’s history. The thing is, though, it’s largely not recognized. Millions of people float around without going to any kind of church or actively thinking of religion. We may as well recognize it and talk about it, the heathens we are.
  • Why should we talk? Simple: It’s happening. And it’s not something that discounts anyone else who is religious or has a strong sense of faith in their lives. But the anonymous donor who wrote this clever ad is way closer to being right than many religious conservatives might like to admit. Let’s be straight-up about it.
  • Is this a good thing?Honestly, we’re not sure if this is even going to last. There’s a lot of reasons why religion is great on a purely practical scale – the building of community, for example. But on the other hand, religon often breeds intolerance and tolerance at equal levels. What do you guys think? We’re wondering. source

16 Aug 2009 11:43


Culture: Kenneth Copeland: Good God, what a greedy bastard

  • God knows where the money is, and he knows how to get the money to you.
  • Gloria Copeland • Whose husband, Kenneth, and a bunch of his cronies preach a type of religion known as “prosperity gospel.” In other words, live your life in Jesus’ image (and tithe heavily), get rich. We much prefer 50 Cent’s method: “Get Rich or Die Tryin’.” Considering all the money that Vitamin Water investment made him, it seems like it worked pretty well for him. He should consider becoming a preacher so that he can get these crass, cruel false prophets off the air. • source

14 Mar 2009 18:08


Music: KoRn continues its slow evolution to Christian rock

  • It’s crazy how everybody can sit and talk about rehab but if I come to say Christ was my rehab, it’s not cool to say that. … For me that’s my rehab. That’s what happened with me and it’s an amazing and powerful thing.
  • Reginald “Fieldy” Arvizu • KoRn’s bassist. He quit drugs and alcohol cold turkey after his father told him his dying wish was for the dude to find God. He’s the second guy from KoRn to go all Jesus freak – Brian “Head” Welsh quit the band and went religious loudly and with much criticism from fans. Fieldy could be setting himself up for the same, as the admission comes with a new book. • source

07 Mar 2009 21:45


Culture: Rainn Wilson: Making soul pancakes, de-lamifying God

  • SoulPancake is, quite simply, the only place on the web to debate, wrestle with and express creativity AND spirituality AND philosophy.
  • Rainn Wilson • in a twitter post talking about his new, soon-to-launch religion Web site, It should be intriguing, as Wilson is Baha’i and, when not talking about God, Dwight from “The Office.” • source