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3 hrs ago | Religion Dispatched
Joseph Laycock holds a PhD in religious studies from Boston University and is the author of Vampires Today: The Truth About Modern Vampirism .
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6 hrs ago | D Magazine
Tonight's big deal to-do is the Chanel show in Fair Park, but if your invitation got lost in the mail , here are some back up options.
7 hrs ago | News Max
"Will someone just please tell me how to lie about Santa?" sincerely asked novelist Jessica Grose in the Nov. 29 webzine "Slate."
11 hrs ago | Cleveland.com
Keaggy will be appearing with Michael Card, a Christian songwriter and author, at Cuyahoga Falls High School on Friday, Dec. 14. The show will be in the school's auditorium and will start at 7 p.m. Youngstown native and acclaimed guitarist Phil Keaggy is hitting the road this month for a series of Christmas concerts.
The 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards Nominations were announced by the Recording Academy on Friday evening live from Los Angeles including those nominated in the four Gospel Music categories.
SANTA FE >> New Mexico's prison system is implementing a training program in which inmates will renovate wheelchairs that will be distributed internationally to disabled people by a Christian ministry group.
Did you know? Since forming at the Ouachita Baptist University in Arkansas 20 years ago, Point of Grace has sold more than seven million albums, scored 24 consecutive No.
Nichole Nordeman is an author, recording artist and songwriter with numerous number-one and top ten singles to her credit and cumulative CD sales of over one million.
Amazon Publishing announced that it has launched a new short story imprint called StoryFront.
The Grove Theatre welcomes legendary Grammy Award winner Bryan Duncan for a Christmas concert on December 21st at 7:00 pm.
Nationally touring Christian pop singer Michael O'Brien will lead worship Sunday at Community Church of Columbus with Christmas tunes from his holiday CD, "Christ'mas."
Father Ray Leonard seen at his home in St. Mary's, Ga. Leonard, from the Diocese of Metuchen, made national headlines two weeks ago when he filed suit against the federal government, alleging the shutdown was violating religious rights because it halted Masses at bases where priests are not active-duty members of the military.
While the plot summary sounds similar to "A Charlie Brown Christmas," the story has enough of a fresh take to not duplicate the older show.
As the world reacted to the death of South African hero Nelson Mandela, on Thursday at age 95, religious and political leaders added their voices to remember the man who brought down his nation's race-dividing apartheid system.
Recently, he has received considerable attention in the media and in pro-life