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How well do people know their Bible?

Still from YouTube Video “The Quran Experiment“; the woman is responding to a Bible verse that she believes is Quranic

In the Netherlands, two YouTube hosts decided to engage other Dutch citizens with quotes from the Bible, which they claimed were actually Quranic verses. The two men run a popular YouTube channel–Dit Is Normaal–where they posted the responses from people who believed that they were hearing Quran verses instead of Bible verses.

The Telegraph reported on the prank, noting that one of the […]

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#ProudToLove

YouTube has created a compilation video drawn from videos posted to YouTube by GLBT YouTubers as part of the #ProudToLove campaign.

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Religious podcasts, tweets, YouTube videos, connect with Christians and other people of faith

Illustration by Popstck

Slate has an interesting piece exploring the history of sermons and religious messages delivered unconventionally, from the radio in 1921, to the modern internet.

From Slate:

In Pittsburgh, the magazine reported, Calvary Episcopal Church was broadcasting a full church service every Sunday. “Think what this means to many people: the invalid, unable to go to church can enjoy its benefits without leaving his bed or wheel chair; the farmer, too far from town to go to church has the service brought […]

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