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Topic - Jesus Christ
A music director at one charter school in Rock Hill, S.C., reportedly said students are more than welcome to sing their celebrations of Christmas at upcoming performances – just not those songs that refer to Jesus Christ, or that have overtly religious overtones.
Nov. 22, 2013, marks the 50th anniversary of the deaths of three men: John F. Kennedy, C.S. Lewis and Aldous Huxley. They began as thoroughly modern men in a skeptical world, but each marked a different spiritual path to the grave.
Despite religious jokes continuing to take the stage in American comedy, experts say believers are forming a united front to combat the jokes and forming their own comebacks against them.
The Rev. Billy Graham celebrated his 95th birthday with a party attended by celebrities and colleagues who honored "America's pastor" and viewed what has been billed as his last sermon.
On Wednesday, the small town of Greece, N.Y., will ask the Supreme Court to allow it to continue opening meetings with a prayer.
A Japanese man dressed as Jesus Christ ran barefoot in the New York City Marathon on Sunday, bearing a large cross on his back as he ran for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing.
With new religious movies steamrolling to theaters in the near future, religious experts are saying religion in the movies is a form of education and a new medium.
A well-designed "gap year" between high school and college can help students make the most of college once they get there.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie dropped the state’s legal challenge to same-sex marriage late Monday. This came hours after the Garden State became the 14th state in the union, along with the District of Columbia, to recognize same-sex marriage.
Dianne Reidy, the House stenographer who ranted about God, Free Masons and the need of the nation to stop serving conflicting masters, said in an email that the Holy Spirit drove her to speak.
A Texas-based billboard image and accompanying video displaying a tattooed version of Jesus has met with mixed reactions.
While much recent attention has focused on the fresh attitudes and media savvy of Pope Francis, now in his eighth month as bishop of Rome, another major denomination, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is also seeing its top leaders express a refreshing level of candor.
In a candid and lengthy Q&A with New York magazine, Justice Antonin Scalia touched on a wide breadth of topics that have absolutely nothing to do with his job at the Supreme Court.
Jesus has left the building. That’s the fate of a portrait of the savior of Christian faithful at one Ohio school, after the American Civil Liberties Union launched a lawsuit and demanded its removal.
Do you believe in the devil? U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia does, and he was offended when a New York magazine interviewer expressed surprise and questioned him about it.
"The idea that God and matter are not eternally separate from each other, that matter is not just dead matter but can be an expression of the divine and is not alien to God, and that we can think of God in some ways as being material, this idea was something that was bubbling in the back of my mind for years," he said in a telephone interview.
He noted that women in Saudi Arabia can't drive or vote.