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An Ancient Sibyl Prophecy of Christ’s Coming?

An Ancient Sibyl Prophecy of Christ’s Coming?

Some early Christians believed that pagan prophets, not merely Hebrew ones, had foretold the coming of Christ. This belief is reflected even in the art of the Renaissance.

‘American Idol’s’ Scotty McCreery is sticking by his Christian Faith

‘American Idol’s’ Scotty McCreery is sticking by his Christian Faith

Three years since he claimed the title of “American Idol,” 20-year-old Scotty McCreery is still sticking by his Christian faith. In the book “Once-a-Day Country Faith: 56 Reflections From Today’s Leading Country Music Stars,” McCreery shares the importance of his faith.

The Making of Mark Burnett’s and Roma Downey’s ‘Son of God’

The Making of Mark Burnett’s and Roma Downey’s ‘Son of God’

How Englishman Mark Burnett and Roma Downey from Northern Ireland, came together to produce a love story about the greatest person in history — Jesus Christ

Sports fans believe higher forces at play when their team competes

Sports fans believe higher forces at play when their team competes

A recent survey shows half of sports fans in America believe supernatural powers are at play when their teams compete and more than one-fourth either pray for their team or believe their team was cursed at some point in time.

Why should we do more than just tolerate religion?

Why should we do more than just tolerate religion?

The United States is facing a crisis of sorts over religion. While much of the rest of the world is experiencing real and violent religious conflicts — some of it between religions and some imposed by the state — many Americans, it seems, are confused as to the very reasons to allow religious freedom in the first place.

Obama issues religious freedom proclamation, but will he protect those freedoms?

Obama issues religious freedom proclamation, but will he protect those freedoms?

President Obama declared Thursday as National Religious Freedom Day. But with a religious freedom ambassador post still vacant and global religious persecution rampant, some observers question what the administration is doing to protect that freedom.

Harvard Course on the Bible has 22,000 Students from 180 Countries

Harvard Course on the Bible has 22,000 Students from 180 Countries

It’s not everyday a college-level class has 22,000 students from 180 countries. An online course at Harvard about early Christianity is garnering many new students.

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