Friday, December 5, 2008
World News Updates 12/5/08
Friday Dec. 5, 2008
VIDEO - Woman Says Following Bible Got Her Out of $500k Debt
"Just because we're broke doesn't mean God is."
Holiday key time for food, gun swap
Sponsors of the Goods for Guns program are hoping that the promise of a full belly will lure people to turn in their guns in exchange for $100 gift cards for Acme Fresh Markets.
Starwars style holographic 3DTV could be a reality by 2018, experts say (18 a hidden 666)
3D television system which would display holographic images floating in mid air - reminiscent of a famous scene from Star Wars - could be a reality in households within the next decade according to findings by a team of University of Aberdeen academics.
VIDEO - St. Louis Alderman Urges Residents To Get Armed
A Missouri alderman who says he is frustrated with police response to crime in his neighborhood is calling on residents to arm themselves to protect their lives and property.
Moscow's mayor links gays to spread of AIDS
Moscow has banned gays and lesbians from promoting their way of life because they can help spread HIV/AIDS, the Russian capital's 72-year-old mayor was quoted as saying on Thursday by RIA news agency.
Thomas Refers A Previously Rejected Case Challenging Obama Eligibility
U.S. Associate Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas has asked his colleagues on the court to consider the request of an East Brunswick, N.J. attorney, who has filed a lawsuit challenging President-elect Barack Obama’s eligibility to be president.
New 'Bible': Heterosexuality is sin
'There are many different versions; I don't see why we can't have one'
A filmmaker who recently released an independent project about a formula that turns all heterosexuals into "gays" now has announced he's working on "The Princess Diana Bible" in which "God" ordains homosexuality as the better lifestyle.
32 Children Seized From Tony Alamo Christian Ministries, Over Alleged Beatings, Sexual Abuse
Child welfare officials have seized six children in Indiana associated with the Tony Alamo Christian Ministries, while authorities in California visited a church compound affiliated with the jailed evangelist.
Conservatives form rival group to Episcopal Church
Theological conservatives upset by liberal views of U.S. Episcopalians and Canadian Anglicans formed a rival North American province Wednesday, in a long-developing rift over the Bible that erupted when Episcopalians consecrated the first openly gay bishop.