Museum of the Bible: The Most Technologically Advanced Museum Ever?

Ask people on the street to describe their last visit to a museum, and you’ll likely get a slew of less-than-enthusiastic responses: old, stale and even boring. The Museum of the Bible, which opens in November, hopes to change that perception by becoming — in the words of representatives — the most technologically advanced museum […]

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Tebow Super Bowl ad generating much buzz

Focus on the Family’s Super Bowl ad featuring Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow and his mother Pam won’t air until Feb. 7, but it’s already created plenty of buzz and even controversy. The subject of the ad won’t be known until it is aired – the Colorado organization is only saying the theme will be […]

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Adoption groups counter ‘Orphan’ horror film

Adoption advocates are rallying to speak up for the world’s orphans in light of a recent Warner Brothers horror film that depicts a young adopted orphan girl as a murderer. The movie “Orphan” was released in theaters on July 24 and tells the story of a couple that adopts a young girl named Esther from […]

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Adoption groups counter ‘Orphan’ horror film

Adoption advocates are rallying to speak up for the world’s orphans in light of a recent Warner Brothers horror film that depicts a young adopted orphan girl as a murderer. The movie “Orphan” was released in theaters on July 24 and tells the story of a couple that adopts a young girl named Esther from […]

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Obama criticizes ‘old attitudes’ about homosexuality

President Barack Obama became the first chief executive to host a White House ceremony celebrating gay pride, telling several hundred homosexual guests in the East Room that America still has what he called “old attitudes” about homosexuality but that they have “an ally and a champion” in the Oval Office. The June 29 ceremony marked […]

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