Need to know: Thursday, April 25, 2019
The long-awaited documentary was delayed for almost five decades in part because of technical issues.
As major Christian bookstore chains fold, niche faith-based bookstores look for creative ways to survive and thrive.
While cheered by the role Christians have played in liberating the largely Muslim country from its dictator, Bishop Yunan Tombe Trille Kuku wants to see the laws that impede religious freedom change as well.
The gun shop owners say 'terrorists,' and not Muslims, were the true object of their ban.
When we cut each other off, we deepen our division and we make our world smaller and our opportunities to learn fewer, writes Joan Blades.
The new Museum of Italian Judaism and the Shoah in Ferrara explores the long and complex relationship between Christianity and Judaism.
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