Was Jesus Married? Does The Gospel of Jesus’ Wife Help Answer This Question?

Ever since Dan Brown’s novel The Da Vinci Code raised the intriguing possibility that Jesus was actually married to Mary Magdalene, pop culture has been fascinated by this question. And, even though historical evidence for the actual marriage of Jesus was extremely slim at best, and the evidence to the contrary was weighty, millions of [Read More...]

Daily Reflection: Lonely as a Solitary Bird on the Roof

Psalm 102:1-28 I lie awake, lonely as a solitary bird on the roof. Psalm 102:7 The heading of Psalm 102 identifies this psalm as “A prayer of one overwhelmed with trouble, pouring out problems before the LORD”. The text of this psalm is, indeed, the outpouring of a desperate heart. The unnamed psalmist begins by [Read More...]

Technology Bits: Print Newspapers in Trouble, Online News Sites Not Far Behind

The news business is struggling, no matter whether in print or online. That’s the conclusion to be drawn from a couple of recent articles in USA Today. “College papers cut back on print” Thus reads the headline of a USA Today story by Roger Yu. Here’s some background: In 2011, the University of Georgia’s Red [Read More...]

Technology Bits: Social Media Curation through Milq and a Mayor Uses Instagram

Technology Bits

Social Media Curation through Milq Overwhelmed by the disarray of social media? Looking for some way to make sense of the mess? Help may be on the way. Ben Sisario of the New York Times reports on the beta release of Milq: How can users separate the essential content from the utterly disposable? How can [Read More...]


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