Rob Bell Talks Jesus While Surfing, Loses it During 'Profound/Profane' Segment on 'Pete Holmes Show' (Video)
Rob Bell, Christian author and former megachurch pastor, recently appeared on comedian Pete Holmes' late-night show and attempted to offer a theology lesson during an amusing surfing segment and nearly lost it during another bit dubbed "Profound/Profane" while trying to convince the show's studio audience that "everybody believes in something."
Contact: Paul Spremulli, 401-932-8888, firstname.lastname@example.org CRANSTON, R.I., Dec. 5, 2013 /Christian Newswire/ -- New book discusses common spiritual roadblocks that prevent individuals from developing a close personal relationship with God and achieving universal understanding. Angelnook publishing latest book, Destination Oneness was created to support individuals in their quest for universal oneness. Paul Spremulli explains in detail his amazing journey that began with a loss of faith an Source: Angelnook Publishing
Contact: Morgan Canclini, Senior Publicist, Worthy Publishing Group, 817-944-1071 NASHVILLE, Dec. 5, 2013 /Christian Newswire/ -- Worthy Publishing celebrates this week their latest charting title with the announcement of Pastor John Hagee's Four Blood Moons (Worthy, September 2013) achieving New York Times bestseller list status. After only two years in commerce as a boutique publisher, Worthy is celebrating the success of Hagee's latest title, which is the renowned pastor's 5th New York Source: Worthy Publishing Group
NEW YORK—Abortions are on the decline in the United States, though numbers remain shockingly high in New York City, according to a CDC report released over Thanksgiving. The study used voluntary data from 44 states, New York City, and the District of Columbia. The states not included in the study didn't provide data for each of the ten years. From 2001 to 2010, the number of reported legal abortions in the United States fell by 9 percent. The number of teenagers getting abortions
The largest private university on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus said last week it will start accepting the digital currency bitcoin as an alternative way to pay tuition fees. The University of Nicosia said the move to accept bitcoin is meant to help foreign students in countries where traditional banking transactions are either difficult or costly. Unlike dollars or euros, bitcoins exist entirely in cyberspace. Created five years ago by an anonymous computer programmer or group of
Contact: Anne Roback Morse, Population Research Institute, 540-660-2733, email@example.com WASHINGTON, Dec. 5, 2013 /Christian Newswire/ -- The Kenyan government is poised to embark upon a coercive population control program targeting women, the Population Research Institute (PRI) revealed this week. PRI's Weekly Briefing,"Controlling Women's Desires in Kenya," documented that the Kenyan government, with support from the U.N. Population Fund and U.S. Agency for International Development, has Source: Population Research Institute
A Texas-based non-profit organization hosted a baby shower for 52 teenage girls to honor them for embracing their pregnancies and their decision to not undergo abortion procedures.
Democratic Senator Mark Pryor (Ark.), who is in a tough reelection fight, has released a new ad of him holding a Bible and discussing the esteem to which he gives it.
Boulder police have accused a Colorado senior pastor of covering up information about a youth pastor who allegedly sexually assaulted a female church attendee starting when she was 15.
Two recent polls suggest that President Barack Obama is losing support among some of his most reliable constituencies – young adults, Latinos, women and labor union households.
Paul and Susan Lim welcome daughter Madeleine, whom they adopted as an embryo
“You will only be happy when you are giving,” my best friend Kayla said to me. Her long distance call from Africa woke me that day in my dorm room at 7:54 a.m. I snuck into the hall to hear her tales. The seven-hour time difference between Virginia and Ethiopia found her on her lunch break. A line of 50 slim Ethiopians waited for her outside her medical clinic while she took a minute to eat banana cake and drink Coke from a glass bottle. Her missionary life rivaled even my collegiate
The former NFL quarterback and currently unemployed player Tim Tebow may have several job offers - in the broadcasting world - starting in 2014.
Network insecurity. In the past seven weeks, hackers have stolen 2 million internet passwords, most of them for accounts on sites such as Facebook, Google, and Twitter, according to the cybersecurity firm Trustwave. The attack, which used virus-like software, included the theft of about 320,000 email passwords. The hackers spread out the attack all over the globe. Many of the stolen passwords are believed to be stored on a server in the Netherlands. Some of the affected services,
New surveillance footage reveals that a man who ran into a Maryland church's food pantry on fire, setting the building on fire and killing its pastor, doused himself in gasoline prior to entering the church.
U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes has ruled that Detroit, Mich., may seek to protect itself from its creditors under Chapter 9 municipal bankruptcy protection, thus making this once proud city the largest municipality in American history to go bust. The city is $18 billion in the hole thanks to its debt and long-term liabilities, such as pensions it could not afford and people abandoning the city in droves, which led to an erosion of the tax base. It didn’t have to be like this. There
A historically Methodist, Texas university has designated a space for its Muslim students to pray.
Want to Be the Next Katniss, Spider-Man or Robin Hood? New Devotional Instructs Readers on How to Become Heroes
For anyone who has found themselves mulling over or emulating particular character traits of film, comic and book protagonists, Kristen Parrish's new devotional book, "No Cape Required," offers readers an opportunity to reflect on the lives and decisions of 52 heroes, drawing out a particularly noteworthy quality in each.
A high-octane mix of alcohol and demonic involvement caused some in his Ethiopian village to label him insane. His own family had to bind him with heavy restraints when they sought relief from a witch doctor.
The merit-based scholarship of $15,500 per year for four years is available exclusively to outstanding students in Veritas Press Scholars Academy online Diploma program Contact: Thom Scott, Vice President of Marketing, Veritas Press, 800-922-5082 ext 201, firstname.lastname@example.org LANCASTER, Penn., Dec. 5, 2013 /Christian Newswire/ Veritas Press, Inc. announces today that it has established an agreement resulting in the "Cairn University -- Veritas Press Scholarship." Distinguished gradu Source: Veritas Press, Inc.