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13 hrs ago | Los Angeles Times

'Fifty Shades'' Jamie Dornan, Dakota Johnson on 'sexual acrobatics'

Here's a look at the cast and crew of the film adaption of E.L. James' erotic romance novel "Fifty Shades of Grey."


Related Topix: Ben and Kate, Entertainment, Television, Dakota Johnson, Valentine's Day, The River

17 hrs ago | Religion News Service

#WeAreN: What the media misses about Iraqi Christian persecution

Landing Zone , Mosul Presidential Site or 'Palace of Swords', Mosul, northern Iraq - Image courtesy of James Gordon An international crisis was created after the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria told Christians in Northern Iraq to leave the region or risk death.


Related Topix: Iraq, World News, Middle East, RNS

21 hrs ago | Religion News Service

COMMENTARY: Obscure no more, world's first woman rabbi receives recognition

The once obscure life and career of Regina Jonas , the world's first woman rabbi, was honored on Thursday at an international gathering of rabbis and lay people at Terezin, the Nazi concentration camp that is better known by its German name , located near Prague in the Czech Republic.


Related Topix: RNS, Czech Republic, Europe, World News, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Religion, Judaism, Saint Mary's College of Maryland

Yesterday | Brooklynvegan

Teenage Fanclub played River Rocks with Honeyblood and Saint Rich

I have never seen so many Big Star t-shirts in one place in my life. It makes sense, of course, given the sonic debt Glasgow's Teenage Fanclub owe to Alex Chilton, but it was still funny to see so many people all with the same idea.


Related Topix: The River, Pop/Rock, Big Star, Carrboro, NC

Yesterday | CNN

Christmas in July for the Needy

It was 'Christmas in July' for Christian Help, Inc. in Central Florida on July 24, 2014.


Related Topix: Florida, Florida Government, Life, Holidays, Christmas, The Truth

Yesterday | Sun-Star

Uyboco: Five More Questions For Atheists

THIS is a continuation of last week's article, Five Questions For Atheists. I saw a website last week which claimed to have Ten "Questions Atheists Cannot Truly and Honestly REALLY Answer!" So of course I just had to answer them.


Related Topix: The Miracles, Opinion

Yesterday | Religion News Service


ERBIL, Iraq A day after most of Mosul's Christians fled, Islamic State fighters stormed the fourth-century Mar Behnam Monastery near the city.


Related Topix: Iraq, World News, Middle East, RNS, Roman Catholic Church, Religion

Thu Jul 24, 2014

Bbech tree news

Veggie Tales Coming to SkyPac

Join Bob, Larry and the rest of the VeggieTalesA crew live and in person as they take to the stage in the all-new VeggieTales Live! Silly Song Sing-Along show at SKyPAC September 25, 2014.


Related Topix: Veggie Tales, Bowling Green, KY


Remembering Klaus Demmer

In September 1982, I moved to Rome to do a licentiate and a doctorate at the Gregorian University.


Related Topix: The Truth

Religion News Service

Meriam Ibrahim, finally freed from Sudan, meets with Pope Francis

VATICAN CITY Pope Francis met Meriam Ibrahim, the Christian woman spared a death sentence for apostasy in Sudan, at the Vatican on Thursday after she was flown to Rome by the Italian government following a vigorous international campaign to free her.


Related Topix: RNS, Prison, Pope Benedict XVI

The Daily Record

Livingston Village couple's tribute to fallen heroes

A Livingston Village couple have been working tirelessly to provide a detailed history of all the soldiers from the area to have fallen in defence of their country.


Related Topix: Lothian County, Scotland, The Campbells,

Wed Jul 23, 2014

Concord Monitor

SoulFest uses music as fuel for service, social justice

When SoulFest Christian music festival started more than 15 years ago, founder Dan Russell saw it as "the answer to a whole lot of different questions" and "a return to the basics of belief."


Related Topix: Natalie Grant, Beverly, MA

Religion News Service

Special liturgy atones for outbreak of a The Great Wara

Wyndham Lewis painted "A Battery Shelled" in 1919. He served in the war as a lieutenant with the British artillery and became the official artist of the war in 1917 for both the British and Canadian governments.


Related Topix: History in the News, RNS

Pastoral evaluation of the family integrated church movement, part 7

More information on the movement, homeschooling and the history of Christian education, see the new book Uniting Church & Family .] Dangers of the Family Integrated Church Movement The dangers of this 800-church movement are real.


Related Topix: Kindle

Religion News Service

A ban on new church construction angers Sudanese Christians

Christians in Sudan frequently face arrests, impromptu questioning and expulsion.


Related Topix: RNS, World News, Africa, South Sudan

In-depth Africa

100 Days After: Activists Hold Rallies For Chibok Girls

One hundred days after over 200 secondary school girls were abducted by Islamic terrorists, Boko Haram, hundreds of activists, religious leaders held a rally in Lagos today to demand for their release.


Related Topix: Nigeria, World News, Arise

Tue Jul 22, 2014

Wristbands required for upcoming Mid-State Fair concerts

Performing July 23 at the California Mid-State Fair is MercyMe, which gained mainstream recognition with the platinum-selling single "I Can Only Imagine."


Related Topix: Mercyme, Fito Olivares, Latin

Evening Sun

Religion: Church briefs for July 24

The question of whether miracles are real and happening today will be explored at Lifetree Cafe, 2173 Stoverstown Road, Spring Grove, at 9 a.m. Sunday, July 27, and 1 p.m. Wednesday, July 30. The program, titled "Miracles or Mere Coincidences? Does Everything Happen for a Reason?" features the filmed story of Robin Alm, a woman who believes a ... (more)


Related Topix: Spring Grove, PA, The Miracles, East Berlin, PA, Hanover, PA, Family, Kids, Gardners, PA

Durant Daily Democrat

Hobby Lobby president shares plan for Bible museumJuly 20th | 0

The president of Oklahoma City-based Hobby Lobby says a Bible museum to hold his family's collection in Washington, D.C. is expected to open in 2017.


Related Topix: Steve Green

Religion News Service

Bishop Tony Palmer died on July 20, 2014, after a motorcycle accident.

Bishop Tony Palmer, a charismatic preacher who used a cellphone camera to record Pope Francis issuing an appeal for Christian unity between Catholics and evangelicals, died Sunday after a motorcycle crash in the United Kingdom.


Related Topix: RNS, Pope Benedict XVI, Religion, Episcopal Church, Roman Catholic Church, Anglican