Tag Archives: Easter

Best explanation yet for Shroud of Turin

Yes, it’s Christmastime not Easter, but I was listening to the back catalogue of a podcast while at work called History Today and wanted to look into the story again once I had a chnace. From 2014 and the Guardian: … Continue reading

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Clever devilish ad freaks out traditionalists

People take their baking seriously in New Zealand: The giant billboards, placed by the Hell Pizza company, have been plastered around Auckland, the country’s largest city. Lloyd Ashton, a spokesman for New Zealand’s Anglican Church, condemned the advertising campaign as … Continue reading

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Movie theatre won’t run Jesus Easter ad

It’s a short article from the Orange County Register: ALISO VIEJO – Members of a local church are saying an ad for their Easter service was deemed too controversial to run because it named Jesus. Pastor Mike Fabarez said Compass … Continue reading

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I’m always shocked by the Bible…

More specifically, shocked that more people aren’t shocked as well. But, good news is here at last. There’s a book: “Shocked by the Bible: The Most Astonishing Facts You’ve Never Been Told.” by Joe Kovacs I totally have to find … Continue reading

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