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Our Fragile Intellect
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The Harvard Theological Review knows that Dr.... →
The note is a forgery. The bottom line is that there are a number of uncertainties about this text—its date, the text itself, its relationship to other texts of the period, and of course its authenticity.
new book – ‘Louder Than Words: The New Science of... →
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How We Will Read: Clay Shirky
fndgs: This post is part of “How We Will Read,” an interview series exploring the future of books from the perspectives of publishers, writers, and intellectuals. Read our kickoff post with Steven Johnson here. And check out our new homepage, a captivating new way to explore Findings. This week, we were extremely honored to speak to Internet intellectual Clay Shirky, writer, teacher, and...
Survey: People Aren't Happiest Until They Reach... →
Many respondents claimed that their happiness at 33 came from fulfillment in their professional lives, as well as having a support system of family and friends.
R.I.P. Jack Gilbert
Longtime writing coach Jack Gilbert, who was director of the Warner Bros. Writers’ Workshop, died Monday of pneumonia. He was 62. Gilbert was also a teacher and mentor at Act One, which trains Christians for a career in the mainstream entertainment industry. As attested to in the emotional tributes posted in the last few days, Gilbert was known as a nurturing and passionate instructor, who...
"October Baby" is on pace to equal the revenues...
The makers of “October Baby” always believed their anti-abortion movie would play well in the Bible Belt. But in its debut weekend of limited national release, the drama generated solid box-office business in Hawaii, New York, Nebraska and Montana. Those returns have given fresh momentum to — and brought some unexpected donations for — “October Baby’s” planned expansion. Premiering in 390 theaters...
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5 Faith-Based Indies That Became Box Office Hits →
1. The Passion of the Christ Release Date: February 25, 2004 Distributor: Newmarket Budget: $30 million Gross: $370.8 million What Went Down: Mel Gibson’s “The Passion of the Christ” stands apart from every other example on this list in that it became a genuine blockbuster that broke well beyond the faith-based market. Covering the final 12 hours of Jesus’ life,...
Year of the Bible called 'unlawful' →
A national group of atheists and agnostics is suing Pennsylvania lawmakers for declaring 2012 as “the Year of the Bible.” Freedom From Religion Foundation filed a federal lawsuit on Monday, challenging the constitutionality of the Pennsylvania House’s declaration that 2012 is “The Year of the Bible.” “The plaintiff seeks a declaration under 28 USC §2201 that the Year of the Bible Resolution...
Jesus in 'The Hunger Games' →
He is a sacrificial character, who gives up his claim to his own life from the beginning, leaving his home resolved to die to save Katniss. He sustains wounds and scars for his efforts, from the beating his mother gave him when he saved Katniss’ life with the bread, to serious battle wounds from the Games. His body, which the Capitol cannot entirely restore, displays the evidence of his...
Now Google eyes your background noise →
The search engine giant has filed for a patent called ‘Advertising based on environmental conditions’. As that title implies, it’s not just background sounds that could be used to determine what adverts you seen on your mobile phone. The patent also describes using ‘temperature, humidity, light and air composition’ to produced targeted adverts.