On the way home last night, I saw a highway sign that stated that it was illegal to text and drive. Google might have circumnavigated that problem with its new wearable computer. The miniaturized screen, in case you're not already familiar with it, is set into the frame of eyeglasses and provides users with access to e-mail, navigation, social networks, and more.
The movie "Heaven Is for Real" opens today, and Anne Morse got to interview Todd Burpo, author of the bestselling book on which it's based. Go here to read the interview, and check our features page next week for our review of the movie!READ FULL ARTICLE »
While 2 billion Christians around the world prepare to celebrate Easter, millions of public school children in America won’t be learning about the religious aspects of this holiday.
However, contrary to what many educators think, a new report released this week documents that state academic standards not only allow, but in some cases, expect public schools to teach about Jesus, the Bible, and Christianity. Gateways to Better Education has published this online report, titled “The Bible in State Academic Standards.” The 230-page report highlights state-by-state academic standards indicating ample opportunity for educators to teach about the Bible, Christian beliefs, and Christians who were influential in history. READ FULL ARTICLE »
A Dutch teenager was arrested Monday for tweeting a bomb threat at American Airlines. For some reason, this caused many others to think that tweeting bomb threats at American Airlines was a really great idea.
Apparently, bored and spoiled young people plus social media plus the copycat mentality equals a perfect storm of asininity.READ FULL ARTICLE »