The differences between Judaism and Islam, to my Christian ears, seem insignificant. In The Today Show‘s episode, “How Muslims view the afterlife,” we learn that you don’t have to be a Muslim to get to a good afterlife, paradise. You just have to be a good person, and God willing, that’ll do it. read more »Continue reading →
What happens after you die? How do you get to heaven? Ask Matt Lauer!
The Today Show is currently running a series on religions, including an on-location feature with Matt Lauer in Jerusalem. They started Friday with a discussion on Judaism, and the mo…
As Ramadan comes to a close, let’s look back at what Ramadan means to the world. The media is trying to determine whether the end of the month means more violent acts or less by militant Muslims.
Contrast this with Christmas and Easter, which besides a…
A recent news article here at CrossFeed speaks of a museum taking political sides to “prove” that homosexuality is completely natural. Many animals demonstrate homosexual behavior, so it must be good and natural, just like murder, eating your children,…Continue reading →
VeggieTales, the popular Christian children’s show, is now, finally, on TV. They’ve always billed themselves as “Sunday Morning Values & Saturday Morning Fun” Well, they now have Saturday Morning fun because they’re on NBS every Saturday, including…Continue reading →
Thanks to a free download from iTunes, my wife and I have started watching the ABC Family series, 3 Moons over Milford. It’s entertaining and insightful. The premise is that an asteroid split the moon into 3 big chunks (and some smaller ones), and it’s…Continue reading →
A new study finds that Baby Brains are wired for math. They found that a baby already has a decent concept of basic mathematics, identical to an adult human brain. Given that this is already true in infants, we can assume the same is true for at least …Continue reading →
March 25 is the feast of the Annunciation of our Lord, which is basically the celebration of Jesus’ conception in Mary’s womb. Do we celebrate it? Mostly, no.
But think about this: the annunciation is the moment that the promise of the Messiah was fulf…