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Ginsburg, who is Jewish and whose late husband was an Army veteran, disagreed that a 40-foot World War I memorial cross could be considered a secular symbol.
For example, Ms. K. said to me, "If they like my sculpture, I fear I'll ultimately disappoint them with my next piece." 3
The gospels do not tell us much about Barabbas, but Mark and Luke mention that he was part of a violent uprising and murder
As Easter approaches, Christians turn their thoughts and spirits toward the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus.
"The Passion of Christ: A Gay Vision" is not pornography and shows no more nudity or violence than a standard Stations of the Cross. Sometimes Facebook blocked its ads for being too "shocking" or "scary," and other times they banned the ad as porn. Queer Christianity seems to scare the censors at Facebook
- Off to the side of the altar is a doorway leading to a small prayer room with a wall of cast off crutches, and an entrance
At a temporary camp, Susan Sarandon learns how overwhelmed aid workers struggle to provide help for thousands.
There is now an urgency that has filled the boats from Turkey with more women and children.
"I said, 'dear Lord are you taking me home right now?' "
In his recent performance art tour de force, Joss Carter presents Salvation. This work is meticulously put together, deeply researched, and brilliantly effective.
There are many reasons why the storyline about hell does not work for me. Not anymore, anyway. There was a time I tried to believe in it, afraid I might just end up there if I did not.
Back on rubble mound, 16-year-old Mako Gali is smiling. Her smile, despite the loss of her entire family, is almost too much too take and she has to comfort a reporter 25 years her senior.
During Holy Week, I knew I needed to carry my cross down and share the love of God. I cannot let hate and violence continue without question. For the follower of Jesus, the biggest questions are always in the form of a cross.
Huang, an outspoken pastor, was taken away by police last summer after he brought some parishioners to a local government
We can't pretend it wasn't torture anymore, because the facts weren't swept under a historical rug this time.
Jesus died to be inclusive. So why is the church so bent on being exclusive?
There is something in the account of Jesus' time on the cross that has always bugged me. There is an unanswered question that I've been lugging around for years. In that time, I can't remember a single person who resolved this nagging question.