John Salmon / St Mary, Ellingham, Norfolk Most of the churches I drive by every day (and there are a lot of them here in Mississippi) have electronic reader boards. A few use them to list the chapter and verse of various bible verses, presumably so some curious passerby might look them up to see what they say. Show More Summary
Move over, Matcha! There’s another tea coming to town. The Olive Tree has a rich history, not just as far back as the Bible, but even much further. Once known as the “king of trees” and also said to be the “tree of life” in the Garden of Eden; in … Continue reading ? The post The Olive Tea appeared first on T Ching.
Each year there are many new translations of the Bible released, but only a select few reach a level whereby they find acceptance and are known by the broader Christian community. We’ve seen conservative translations such as the ESV and more recently the CSB do this but there are also versions of the Bible which […]
Photo Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily Beast At the recent National Prayer Breakfast, President Trump called the United States a “nation of believers.” The highly Christian language of his speech—focused on the Bible andShow More Summary
One of these biblical heroines was a victim of abuse.
Authorities say they’ve closed their investigation into the death of a bible college student who drowned in a Tennessee creek after a car crash.
(UPDATED) A first-hand report from the evangelist’s “last crusade,” which he planned years before his death last week at 99. Billy Graham, the famed evangelist remembered for his straightforward Bible preaching and his spirit of Christian...Show More Summary
We agree on the “divine inspiration, integrity, and authority of the Bible.” But there's much more to our hermeneutic. Wheaton College hosted a colloquium on the book of Deuteronomy in 2015, and we recently published those papers as a book. Show More Summary
This is Tombstone, Arizona in a nutshell. Johnny Bones - our favorite street performer! You will see folks in garb everywhere from prospectors to prostitutes, turn of the century bible ladies to rangers. T here's also a lot of shops with costumes for sale and tons and tons of cowboy garb from hats to boots, shirts and holsters. Show More Summary
“There is a reason that most religious Jews, that is, Orthodox Jews, and most orthodox ‘small o’ Christians support the president. It is not because they are fans of his tweets or his past behavior or the sexual conduct that he is charged with. Show More Summary
Every now and then, New Matilda’s Insider blog likes to point you in the direction of a video that will change your life. This is one such occasion. A bit like the Bible, this is the greatest story ever told. A story about an all-American couple who decided to combine their two great passions in [...]Show More Summary
The government shouldn't be working with religious groups that actively discriminate against certain groups of people.
Despite the provocative concept, the CBS sitcom avoids offense as well as true humor. Can a rabbi, a priest, and a TV writer known for edgy comedies like It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia make a network sitcom about the Bible that everyone...Show More Summary
Like a lot of failed sitcoms, CBS’ new “Living Biblically” probably seemed like a good idea at the time. Inspired by A.J. Jacobs’ 2007 best-seller “The Year of Living Biblically: One Man’s Quest to Follow the Bible as Literally as Possible” — a title that works as a tidy elevator pitch itself —...
The Trump administration has used a variety of excuses to legitimize its record-setting rollbacks on environmental protections: calling global warming a hoax, or arguing that the economic consequences of increased regulation would outweigh their benefit. Show More Summary
Bryan Fischer is confusing reality with an episode of the Flintstones.
Donald Trump's EPA chief, Scott Pruitt, believes he has a justification for his far-right approach to environmental policy: the Bible.
The gastronomic bible awarded new stars to 57 restaurants, only two of which have women as chefs. A “Me Too” moment pricks French kitchen culture.