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  As a Palestinian teenager, Mosab Hassan Yousef decided to follow Jesus after a British businessman gave him a Bible in the marketplace.   Yousef is the son of one of the founders of the terrorist group Hamas.   At age […]

What? Unicorns in the Bible? Yes, they are mentioned nine times. Could it be unicorns really existed? A 1967 hit song by the Irish Rovers tells a fanciful story of how Noah couldn’t persuade any “silly” unicorns to get on board the […]

“The Last Word” show host Lawrence O’Donnell lashed out at the Almighty as well as the Book of Revelation last night on the “Rewrite” segment of his news commentary show. He’s MSNBC’s Senior Political Analyst as well as the Emmy-winning producer […]

She’s an archeologist who says she gets her tips from the Bible. University professor and third-generation archeologist Eilat Mazar recently unearthed a 3,000-year-old wall, an ancient fortification outside of Jerusalem’s Old City walls that dates back to the time of […]

What if the Lord moved you to take your testimony to the beach? And to build sandcastles for Him? That’s the unlikely mission of Randy Hofman. He’s been creating stunning Christian sand sculptures along the Ocean City, Maryland, boardwalk for […]

Five shrinking denominations generally regarded as “liberal” now have their own translation of the Bible. “There are a number of translations available for conservative churches,” spokesman Paul Franklyn told the Nashville Tennessean newspaper. Now, the liberal churches have theirs, the […]

The head of a major Pakistani political party is calling on the nation’s Supreme Court to ban the Bible because it blasphemes Islam. On May 30. Maulana Abdul Rauf Farooqi, leader of the large Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam party, claimed that the Bible […]

  One of the criticisms that some Protestants raise against Catholics from time to time is that the Vatican doesn’t emphasize Bible reading. Such critics may have been startled when this week, Pope Benedict XVI urged 20,000 people filling St. […]

She’s just one woman working alone — driven by the horror she has seen first hand. She’s Sister Hatune, a nun in a Syrian Orthodox convent in Germany. She is trying to get the word out of the growing number of attacks […]

Should you wish to make a pilgrimage to Aenon near to Salim, the spot on the Jordan River where John 3:23 tells us that Jesus was baptized by His cousin, John the Baptist, you will be pleased to know that […]

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