Stephen Cone grew up the son of a Southern Baptist minister in South Carolina, where he led Bible study classes in high school while coming to grips with an emerging queer identity. Now based in Chicago, where he teaches at Northwestern, the 37-year-old is the rare contemporary filmmaker whose...
From the Lebrecht Album of the Week: This has to be the least expected record of the year – a performance of Ein deutsches Requiem in the original English, at least in the texts of the original English Bible…. Read on here.
Biblical Jesus vs Modern Jesus - Do you have a Biblical View of Jesus or do you have a Modern View of Jesus? With Bible verses. #Bgbg2 The post Biblical Jesus vs Modern Jesus appeared first on Courageous Christian Father. Read the full article at Biblical Jesus vs Modern Jesus ©2004-2017 by Steve Patterson of Courageous Christian Father.
Earlier in November, Tweed Tastic owner Leona Rawlinson got an interesting package — a Bible, accompanied by a letter warning her that if she remains open on Sundays, some Christians in their tiny town may boycott them. “The purpose of our letter is certainly not to intimidate you into...
Roy Moore, the Republican candidate running for senator, has said throughout his campaign that he has followed the Bible over the Constitution. In his latest campaign email, Moore states that his enemies “hate the fact that I talk about God, morality and decency in all of my speeches.”...
Alabama Judge Roy Moore has said he will continue to follow the rules of the Bible instead of the Constitution, despite being accused of sexual assault.
Museum of the Bible - World’s Largest Museum Dedicated to the Bible Marks Grand Opening in US Capital. One day before Museum of the Bible opens to the public, a diverse group of faith and secular leaders from around the world gathered...Show More Summary
Last week, the Museum of the Bible opened in Washington, D.C. When the museum was first conceived, it was intended to “inspire confidence in the absolute authority and reliability of the Bible,” according to documents filed in 2010. But then, scholarship and dialogue intervened. Show More Summary
Last week, I wrote about the new Museum of the Bible. I expected pushback, but a few things stood out. Below, some thoughts. (And for more, see my video above!) Nonreligious people can write about religion, and often bring a useful perspective to the table. And Christianity, a faith that still permeates the politics and culture of […]
An extended sermon in the words of the Savior Elmer Towns has a new book that will raise some questions and spark some discussion. He spoke with The Exchange about “The Bible by Jesus” recently and this is what he had to say. The Exchange:...Show More Summary
If these glaring omissions exist on Day One, that doesn't bode well for the future.
15 Facts about the Apostle Paul & Brief About His Conversion - I share with you 10 facts about the Apostle Paul from the Bible, a well-known name in the New Testament. The post 15 Facts about the Apostle Paul & Brief About His Conversion appeared first on Courageous Christian Father. Show More Summary
Amy Collier imagines a humorous dialogue featuring deadbeat dads from the Bible.
A mischievous band of hackers is using the spirit of Christ to infect unsuspecting users. Researchers have discovered new malware which poses as a legitimate Google Play app for reading the Bible in Korean, but ultimately turns infected Android phones into a botnet. Show More Summary
Justice League star Gal Gadot explains some of what she wants to explore with her character in Wonder Woman 2, turning it into a superhero bible.
San Francisco circa 1923. "Barley sedan on California Street at Huntington Park." Today's reading from the Shorpy Bible of Baroque Barouches. 5x7 inch glass negative by that automotive amanuensis Christopher Helin. View full size.
What's the secular purpose for this halftime show?
The Museum of the Bible has the potential to reach a much greater audience than any individual scholar and there is real concern that it will selectively use scholarship to promote an evangelical Protestant view of the Bible and religion. The post As the New Museum of the Bible Opens, Questions About its Scholarship Remain appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Two blocks off the Mall, the museum is among Washington's largest focusing on religion.
Namely, it's missing Islam, and the Koran. One scholar who has studied the museum's sponsors says, "For them, the Bible is American Protestantism [and] the story they are telling is the story of 'the Bible goes West.'... There’s a disconnect of the Bible from any non-Western themes, which is incredible."