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Master’s degree offered to Christians at Jewish college

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Christians who want to learn more about Judaism can now earn a master’s degree at Yeshiva University in New York City. The Hebraic Studies Program for Christian Students began this summer as ...

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Missouri, Kansas among states planning for centennial of Route 66

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Missouri and Kansas are among the eight states planning for the centennial of the iconic Route 66 in two years. When the road connected Chicago to Los Angeles in 1926, it represented ...

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Utah school district allows Bible back in school after parents complain

A Utah school district has reversed its earlier decision to ban the Bible from elementary and middle schools. It comes as more states allow the teaching of the Bible as history and ...

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Israel and its enemies playing key roles in biblical prophecy, scholar says

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This year, which is the 75th anniversary of the rebirth of modern Israel, also may be prophetically significant, says Jeffrey Johnson, Ph.D., founder of Israel Today Ministries. “What is so unprecedented in ...

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Palestinian leader denies there was ever a Jewish temple

Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas, in his now notorious speech at the United Nations on May 15, absurdly denied there was any proof of a Jewish link to the Temple Mount. In doing ...

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2,000-year-old receipt sheds new light on life in Jerusalem at time of Christ

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Losing track of receipts is nothing new. The Israel Antiquities Authority recently announced that a 2,000-year-old receipt was discovered along the City of David’s Pilgrimage Road in Jerusalem. The road, which is ...

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Most missed Pentecost Sunday – a significant day in church history

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Christians around the world celebrated Pentecost on May 28. Sadly, many Churches across the United States ignore this important commemoration which is one of the most significant on the church calendar. Pentecost ...

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Ancient Hebrew Bible sells for $38 million at auction

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An 1,100-year-old Hebrew Bible recently sold for $38 million in an auction at Sotheby’s auction house in New York City. Known as The Codex Sassoon, the leather-bound, handwritten volume containing a nearly ...

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Ultraviolet light reveals long-hidden passage in Matthew 12

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Researchers using ultraviolet lights have uncovered a version of a Bible passage that had been hidden for 1,500 years. The long-hidden chapter, an interpretation of Matthew chapter 12 originally was translated as ...

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Local cemeteries and history that cannot be forgotten

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General Order Number 11, the attempt to destroy the history and peoples of Cass, Bates, Vernon, and parts of Jackson County, Missouri cannot be forgotten. While the action of the Union may ...

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We found the Apostle Paul on a Mediterranean cruise

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Journey with us as we follow the Apostle Paul on a remarkable experience with Celestyal Cruises, tracing the spread of the Gospel to Europe and beyond. Sometimes a sunset can change your ...

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Mother’s Day: The interesting history of our most celebrated holiday

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Mother’s Day is the one day a year when children make a point to visit their moms. Hanging baskets, cards, flowers, candy, a picnic, or some other special meal commemoration ensues. But ...

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“Queen Esther” is wowing audiences this summer at Sight & Sound

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Sight & Sound’s “Queen Esther” musical production is a breathtaking and emotionally stirring masterpiece that brings to life one of the most significant stories of the Old Testament. Currently on stage at ...

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In ‘Journey to Mount Sinai II’ Tim Mahoney reveals evidence for biblical story

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In a major documentary release through Fathom Events, moviegoers will see hard evidence of Mount Sinai and proof of the biblical account. For Tim Mahoney, an investigative filmmaker, his own story to ...

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New film shares story of recent Asbury Revival

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People who were not able to travel to Kentucky for the recent Asbury Revival will be able to experience it through a new film. Redeem TV will show the documentary “Asbury Revival: ...

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Sweet taste of success: Events to mark Russell Stover’s 100th birthday

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Russell Stover Chocolates, the Kansas City candy company, has big plans for its centennial this year. “Over the past 100 years, Russell Stover has established itself as an American classic,” President and ...

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 The Centrality of The Cross 

All over the world there are signs of the cross of Christ. Churches prominently display it. Both the religious and non-religious drape it around their necks as a beautiful piece of jewelry. ...

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Easter Eggs help Ukrainian women reclaim religious freedom

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Pysanka, or Ukrainian Easter eggs, are those distinct and intricately flourished orbs painted in crimsons and cobalts, with symbols of flowers, chickens, deer and other organic indicators of the rebirth of spring. ...

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This week’s celebration of Passover has rich meaning for Christians, Messianic rabbi says

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The Jewish festival of Passover begins on Wednesday, but many Christians don’t understand its connection with the last supper of Jesus and his disciples, a Messianic rabbi says. “The last supper was ...

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Christians around the world pause to mark Holy Week before Easter

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Holy Week, from Palm Sunday through Easter, is a sacred time for Christians around the world, with each day leading up to Sunday having special significance. Protestant, Catholic and Orthodox churches remember ...

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Reactions to Trump indictment from Pence, others

Observers, including legal experts, say the nation is on perilous ground after a New York grand jury proceeded with an indictment of former President Donald Trump on March 30. The charges, brought ...

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Oldest known Hebrew Bible may bring as much as $50 million at auction

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The oldest and most-complete Hebrew Bible known to exist soon will go on the market. Experts believe it could be sold for as much as $50 million. The Codex Sassoon, named after ...

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Today in Church History: Arthur Pink writes another letter

Arthur Pink is often described as an eccentric. He didn’t really fit in anywhere. Converted to Christ out of a theosophical background (the New Age movement of his day), he became a ...

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Asbury Seminary President cautions against saying ‘revival’ is happening

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In a blog post on Feb. 14, Asbury Theological Seminary President Timothy Tennent publicly commented for the first time on what some are calling “The Asbury Revival.” Although the extended chapel services ...

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Today In Christian History: Dietrich Bonhoeffer sent to concentration camp

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Deitrich Bonhoeffer made us ask “Where does a Christian fit in a nation which makes itself god?” The Lutheran theologian answered that the Christian’s duty is to resist such a regime. This ...

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