Four Strange Curses in the Bible

While now relegated to horror movies and sports teams, curses used to be serious business. Since they’re based on hocus pocus and nonsense, the Bible naturally covers them in great detail.

7 Religious Groups That Shun Mainstream Ideas

1.Christian UniversalismYou may often hear pastors yelling about how “if you don’t let Jesus in your heart, you will burn in Hell for eternity”.

The Five Worst Fathers in the Bible

Crappy dads are nothing new. For every father that neglects his kids to watch NASCAR, there was a dude a couple hundred years ago that sold his into bondage. Don’t believe us? Read your Bible!

Five Creepy Religious Sites From Around the World

Whether you’re an atheist or a believer, you’ll probably agree that many religions (like everyone elses) have a creepy side. There’s the unintentionally

Five Strange Relics of Christianity

Holy relics invoke images of knights and adventures exploring ancient ruins and lands in search of treasures. But Indiana Jones wouldn’t touch these five artifacts with a 30 foot whip.

10 Bizarre Fringe Religions

We’ve elected to use the term “fringe religions” because at times the line between a sect, a cult, and an established religion can be surprisingly blurry.

4 Strangest Books in the Apocrypha

When people say that they believe every word of the Bible a good way to make an enemy is to ask “which one?” Turns out not only are there many different versions of the Good Book, there’s also dozens of parts that got left on the cutting room floor. Naturally, some of them deserve to be there more than others…

5 Bizarre Version of the Afterlife

One of the greatest mysteries of life is what happens when we die. Heaven or Hell? Reincarnation? Worms eating your face? Or do things just start getting a whole lot stranger…

6 Enlightening Facts About the Egyptian Sun God Ra

Have we surpassed the wisdom of one of the oldest civilizations, or do we still have something to learn from...

Four Controversial Pieces of Religious Art

Some art historians debate that art as we know it today exists largely because of religion. During the Renaissance period, artists were commissioned by