Today, Facebook laid out its earnings report. Mark Zuckerberg also announced that he is God.
The first time my grandma visited the Sistine Chapel, she almost passed out. When she recovered she said she saw God. If the premise of this short is correct, she didn’t. She only suffered a weird type of epilepsy triggered by certain images. Those visions of God follow a precise pattern and can be induced in other…
In this short comedy film, a very ordinary insurance salesman named Ike receives a very unusual honor: He gets to talk to God. But when he hears what God has to say, Ike finds he has to do some very quick thinking.
God's polling numbers are down in the UK, where a recent survey found adults were more than twice as likely to believe in extraterrestrials than the creator and ruler of the universe.
It sees your every move. It can stamp out your life in a millisecond. You can neither see nor hear it, but it's always above you. Watching. If you're struggling to understand God, allow a Dallas pastor to offer a more relatable metaphor: Drones.
Dealing with credit agencies can be a real pain. A lot of times it feels like the credit bureaus just don't care about regular folks like you and me. We're not alone—turns out, even God can't get an accurate credit report. Because Equifax doesn't believe in Mr. God Gazarov.
Before Jesus arrived and his divine father chilled out, the Old Testament God was, ironically, kind of a hellraiser. He was not a nice guy. He really liked killing people. And he may have actually been insane, if his willingness to randomly murder devout worshippers like Moses was any indication. Here are the 12…
Nietzsche is famous for saying that God is dead, but news of The Almighty's demise may have been greatly exaggerated. Here are some of the most fascinating and provocative philosophical arguments for the existence of God.
A software creep in Silicon Valley wrote on his private social network that the deadly Spanish train crash last week was "God sending us a message." And what was this holy message? God wants a certain kind of new railway technology installed in Spain! But what is God's favorite Silicon Valley train technology?
As philosophical debates go, it doesn't get much better than this. On January 28, 1948, British logician Betrand Russel faced off against Jesuit priest F.C. Copleston on BBC radio in a now-famous debate over the existence of god, and the metaphysical and moral implications of a god-governed (or godless) universe.…
This, my friends, may be the end of the smartphone fanboy wars. I can give my two cents. The rest of the tech community can give theirs. But God Almighty himself, through his appointed papal mouthpiece, has picked a winner.
The nature of faith is often a thorny topic for psychology and other sciences to grapple with, but a new study indicates a powerful link between how we think and what we believe. It all goes back to intuition.
Kurt Gödel was best known as a mathematician and secondarily known as an extreme eccentric. After his death, he became known for something else: creating an ontological proof of the existence of God.
Many of us are probably still reeling from last night's two-hour season finale of Supernatural, in which all the bad things we expected came to pass - but in a much more deeply disturbing way than one might imagine.
Blog of note Letters of Note has a bite sized treat from sci-fi legend Arthur C. Clarke: a 31-word short story called "siseneG," as in, ya know, the opposite of Genesis. As of March 1984, it was the only one he'd written in nearly ten years. The tale, in its entirety:
Thus spake Jobs, in joking response to a totally benign question today about the lack of widgets on the iPad.
The back cover of my copy of A Canticle for Leibowitz calls it "a novel that transcends genre." But if you wanna get technical, the 1961 Hugo winner is almost the antithesis of science fiction.
My brother worships two things: God and Subwoofers.
The Omega Code is one of those great Christian apocalypse movies. This eye-popping, Tom Cruisian scene introduces Satan's future (unwitting) helper, a motivational speaker who thinks the Bible is a holographic computer program . . . in 3D!