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Daily Archives: 07 May 7, 2009
From Gary Stern of LoHud.com’s Bloggin Religiously section: A Nation of Prayer (and politics) Today is the 58th annual National Day of Prayer, which, like so many things, has become quite politicized in recent years. The National Day of Prayer … Continue reading
Miles will eventually talk to DeadDaniel. It’s taken me about four years, but I think I just got the significance of Jack’s last name, Shepherd. I’m still trying to figure out significance of Geeding. I loved that scene of Dr … Continue reading
Is it a divine message or a meaty coincidence trapped in casing? A South Florida woman said she was cooking fried salami when she noticed the word “GOD” on the meat, Miami television station WFOR reported. Full WSBTV.com Article I’m … Continue reading
It all comes together at the 1:18 mark . . .
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) — Sukaina al-Zayer is an unlikely beauty queen hopeful. She covers her face and body in black robes and an Islamic veil, so no one can tell what she looks like. She also admits she’s a … Continue reading
BOURNEMOUTH, England (ABP) — British Baptists marked the 400th anniversary of the founding of the first Baptist congregation in 1609 in an annual meeting of the Baptist Union of Great Britain and BMS World Mission May 1-4. Full Associated Baptist … Continue reading
Congress’ official designation and the President’s predictable proclamation of a National Day of prayer is misguided and unnecessary, says a Washington, D.C.-based church-state organization. J. Brent Walker, executive director of the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty, said “it is … Continue reading
“Magnificent” is the second single to be released fromU2′s new album, No Line On The Horizon. Watch the newly released video here.
If you’ve attempted to view the live stream video of this year’s Bible Reading Marathon at the US Capitol, you’re probably as disappointed as I am. The constant deluge of cold rain knocked us off the air almost immediately. In … Continue reading
They have stood the test of time and it seems that today, despite all the changes to church services, men still prefer to sing ‘proper macho hymns’. Nearly 60 per cent of those who took part in a survey said … Continue reading
Dressed in a suit, this person would not look out of place in a busy street in a modern city. The clay sculpture, however, portrays the face of the earliest known modern European – a man or woman who hunted … Continue reading