Learn about the fascinating history and stories of the world’s biggest religions with these interesting articles by All That’s Interesting!
The Heartbreaking Notre Dame Cathedral Fire In Pictures
After a 12-hour battle involving over 400 firefighters and other brave volunteers, the Notre Dame fire was extinguished and many relics have been saved.
Archeologists Discover Incredible Artwork Inside 4,300-Year-Old Egyptian Tomb
The tomb belonged to Khuwy, an ancient nobleman whom archeologists believe may have been related to the ruling pharaoh.
65 Shockingly Normal Pictures Of Life For The Members Of The Peoples Temple At Jonestown
Jonestown was never self-sufficient. Peoples Temple members worked hard to sustain the group's life there — until the day they committed mass suicide.
33 Photos Of Life Inside The Creepy Confines Of Warren Jeffs’ Fundamentalist Mormon Cult
Warren Jeffs was the prophet and president of a polygamist Mormon sect known as the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints — until he was convicted and sentenced to life for child sexual assault.
‘Intellectual Godfather Of Ex-Gay Therapy’ David Matheson Comes Out Of The Closet
David Matheson, formerly a prominent Mormon gay "conversion therapist," has divorced his wife of 34 years and come out as a gay man.
How 17-Year-Old Rachel Scott’s Death At Columbine Made Her A National Martyr
When the devout Christian teen allegedly declared her belief in God as she was shot in cold blood at the Columbine High School massacre, she became a sort of angel to the media.
Yeshua: The Name Jesus’ Friends And Family Would Have Called Him While He Was Alive
Jesus' real name, Yeshua, evolved over millennia in a case of transliteration.
This Week In History News, Mar. 17 – 23
Jack the Ripper possibly unmasked, theory about religion's role in human development debunked, Hitler's goddaughter laid to rest.
Unvaccinated Student Sues Health Department After Being Barred From Playing Basketball
The unvaccinated high school senior claims that the state's health department is violating his freedom of religion.
Early Humans Didn’t Need Religion To Build Complex Societies, Study Claims
Theorists have long claimed that our ancestors could not have formed large societies and cities without fear of vengeful gods to motivate people — but this controversial new study says otherwise.
How The Shootings Of Cassie Bernall And Valeen Schnurr Fueled One Of Columbine’s Biggest Myths
Cassie Bernall was supposedly killed at Columbine for refusing to renounce God, but she had actually been mistaken for fellow student Valeen Schnurr.