Day: October 9, 2013

Jesus’ Crucifixion Date Possibly Friday April 3, 33 A.D., According To Earthquake Study

The Huffington Post  |  By Samreen Hooda Posted: 05/25/2012 4:39 pm EDT  |  Updated: 05/31/2012 8:02 pm EDT A new study suggests that the Biblical date of Jesus’ crucifixion is, in fact, possible to confirm. The International Geology Review investigated an earthquake that was said to have occurred the same date as Jesus’ crucifixion. Biblical citations […]

Jesus' Crucifixion Date Possibly Friday April 3, 33 A.D., According To Earthquake Study

The Huffington Post  |  By Samreen Hooda Posted: 05/25/2012 4:39 pm EDT  |  Updated: 05/31/2012 8:02 pm EDT A new study suggests that the Biblical date of Jesus’ crucifixion is, in fact, possible to confirm. The International Geology Review investigated an earthquake that was said to have occurred the same date as Jesus’ crucifixion. Biblical citations […]

Dr. Abdus Salam and Nobel Prize of 2013

Epigraph: Thou sees not, in the creation of the All-merciful any imperfection. Return thy  gaze, seest thou any fissure. Then Return thy gaze, again and again. Thy gaze,  Comes back to thee dazzled, aweary.’  (Al Quran 67:4-5)     Dr. Abdus Salam and Nobel Prize of 2013 Epigraph: Thou sees not, in the […]

Mass fraud

Source: ET: We may be moving steadily closer to a system where it becomes possible to pick up electoral fraud, using sophisticated electronic technology now available. Following the moving of an electoral tribunal by a PTI candidate, Muhammad Zubair Khan, who according to announced results had lost by a huge […]

Saskatoon mosque to open in 2015

New mosque hopes to ‘promote love for all’ Plan to open in 2015 By Jason Warick, The Starphoenix October 7, 2013 Lal Khan Malik, president of the Ahmaddiya Muslim Community of Canada speaks as the Saskatoon congregation of the organization holds a ceremony to mark the groundbreaking for a new […]

China replaces five central bank advisors

Source: China Daily BEIJING — China has replaced five members of its central bank’s monetary policy committee, according to a circular released on Wednesday by the State Council, China’s Cabinet. Chaired by People’s Bank of China (PBOC) governor Zhou Xiaochuan, the committee welcomes five new members: Xiao Jie, deputy secretary-general of […]

Religious liberty and the Supreme Court

Source: The Economist: The way to determine whether the government is impermissibly “endorsing” religion, the courts later decided, is not to canvass actual citizens but to imagine how a reasonable observer would look upon a creche, a ten commandments display, a cross or a Jesus statue. Over the past generation, as the endorsement test has […]