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Summer of Scripture ’14!

Today is the kickoff for the Summer of Scripture in Madison, Wisconsin. Led by Jonathan Melton and Dorota Pruski, young adults from the University of Wisconsin Episcopal Student Center and St. Andrew’s Church are teaming up to read the entire Bible in one

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No evidence “Gospel of Jesus Wife” was forged

The”Gospel of Jesus Wife” is not fraudulent, writes Lisa Wangsness of The Boston Globe. That’s different than saying it is an authentic account of past events, which is a subject beyond my competency to determine, but it does put the controversial text back in play for students of the early

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The rise of “Bible skeptics”

“The American Bible Society’s latest State of the Bible survey documents steep skepticism that the Good Book is a God book,” writes Cathy Lynn Grossman of Religion News Service. She quotes Roy Peterson, president of the society, who cites “incredible change in just a few years’ time.

Among the

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The Bible re-tweeted.

Blogger Jana Riess tweeted every book of the Old and New Testaments. The Mormon author of “Flunking Sainthood” spent four years summarizing each book in 140 characters or less. These tweets have been complied into a book called “The Twible” (rhymes with Bible).

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The Bible: the miniseries

A miniseries called The Bible, which was about the book of the same name, appeared on the History Channel and had a significant impact on my Twitter stream. Did you watch it? What did you think of it?

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