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A New Film About Katie Luther

Auf dem Gelände von Schloss Reinhardsbrunn im Landkreis Gotha wird seit Donnerstag ein historischer Fernsehfilm zum Reformationsjubiläum gedreht. Das Werk thematisiert das Leben von Katharina von Bora, der Ehefrau Martin Luthers. Etc.

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The Funniest (In the Sense of Most Absurd) Advert Email I’ve Yet Received

I won’t mention the publisher, because generally they do pretty good work.  But this… this commendation… is just so absurd. This month also brought the release of the long-awaited next book by Peter Leithart, Delivered from the Elements of the … Continue reading

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“This Changed Everything” – Advanced Screening

An advanced screening of one hour of This Changed Everything, the forthcoming documentary on the Reformation from Christian History Institute, will be held on May 3 in Philadelphia, PA.  Following the one hour premier, a spirited discussion will be lead … Continue reading

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A Question for the Media

Which of your religion reporters actually has a degree in biblical studies or theology?  @NPR, @CBS, @NBC, @RNS, @ABC, @Foxnews.  Do any of them?  I ask because it honestly doesn’t seem that they do.  Any of them. I mean, it’s … Continue reading

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‘The Gospel of Jesus’ Wife’ – Michael Langlois’s Take

Was Jesus married? I answer Anne Sangin’s questions next Monday on RMC Découverte.  Following the discovery of a fragment of an apocryphal Gospel mentioning Jesus’s wife, TV channel “RMC Découverte” pepared a documentary entitled “The Gospel of Jesus’ Wife”.  On … Continue reading

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Zwingli Film

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Oh Goodie… ABC is Jumping on the ‘Junk’ Bible Programming

“Offerings of Blood” – The battle-weary King Saul (Ray Winstone) struggles to defend his Kingdom from one of Israel’s ancient enemies, the Philistines, by marrying off his daughter, Merav (Jeanine Mason), to Mattiyahu of Judah (guest star Matt Whelan). All … Continue reading

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