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Re "The Bible on gays," Postscript, Dec. 15 C.S. Pearce rightly mocks some of the nonsense in Leviticus. It does not support her claim that the Bible may not be as virulently anti-gay as it seems, but it does bring into question why anyone should care....
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelExecutive producer Mark Burnett of “Survivor,” ”The Voice” and “The Celebrity Apprentice” will deliver the biggest project of his TV career next year: “The Bible,” a 10-hour miniseries. His producing...
My uncle, the inventor Stanford R. Ovshinsky, died a month short of his 90th birthday which fell over this Thanksgiving holiday. He was my dad's older brother. They worked together their entire lives not so much for the money but to try and solve the...
In the book of Luke there is a story about two men. One was rich. The other was very poor. One ate only the finest foods and he ate all he wanted. The other had very little to eat, in fact he was starving. The rich man wore only the finest robes. The poor...
Ever since the presidency of Franklin Roosevelt, the National Bible Association has sponsored a celebration of the Judeo-Christian scriptures around the week of Thanksgiving. This year, President Barack Obama's hometown hosted the celebration. On...
A Roanoke Synagogue welcomed a special guest Sunday He's called a scribe, or "Sofer" in Hebrew. Today he visited the Beth Israel Synagogue to help with the preservation of the Torah Scroll, a handwritten version of the five books of Moses. The...
Tags: Religion and Belief, Judaism, Torah
ReporterHe's called a scribe, or "Sofer" in Hebrew. Today he visited the Beth Israel Synagogue to help with the preservation of the Torah Scroll, a handwritten version of the five books of Moses. The Torah Scroll is rolled up around two wooden shafts and is often...
Tags: Religion and Belief, Israel, Judaism, Torah
Lavansville/Bakersville The Lavansville/Bakersville Lutheran Parish will be celebrating the 24th Sunday after Pentecost. Mt. Zion in Bakersville will begin worship at 9 a.m. Sunday school begins at 10:30 a.m. Mt. Calvary in Lavansville...
Tags: American Legion, World Vision, Anglicanism, Luella, Veterans Day
"Blessed are the meek: for they shall inherit the earth." This passage of Scripture from Matthew gave me some trouble. Why should the meek inherit the earth? These are not the shakers and the doers of the world. As I read this passage again I thought of...
Tags: Religion and Belief, Bible
Contributing WriterThe Gospel of John is unique. The Apostle John wrote this one-of-a-kind Gospel. Each of the Gospels was written with a specific group of people in mind. The Gospel of Matthew was written for the Jews, calling Jesus the King of the Jews, and it...
Tags: Bible, Religion and Belief, Judaism
email@example.comIt's been a long time since Hazel Swenson was called Miss Hazel, but the former Bethlehem Lutheran Church staffer was reminded of that as she took books out of a 57-year-old time capsule Tuesday afternoon. Swenson, 93, contributed items to the time...
JCMA to meet Nov. 13 The Jessamine County Ministerial Association (JCMA) will meet on Nov. 13, at noon at GO International located at 503 Wilder Reynolds Drive, Wilmore. GO International representatives will share their vision and mission for helping...
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