Worlds oldest Bible published in full online – Telegraph

More than 800 surviving pages and fragments from the The Codex Sinaiticus, which was written in Greek on parchment leaves in the fourth century, have been reunited. Last year The British Library put The Book of Psalms and St Mark's Gospel online, and now the remaining pages have been made free for public use for... Continue Reading →



THE SPEECH OF THE UNKNOWN. "Gibbet? They may stretch our necks on all the gibbets in the land–they may turn every rock into a scaffold–every tree into a gallows, every home into a grave, and yet the words on that Parchment can never die! "They may pour our blood on a thousand scaffolds, and yet... Continue Reading →

Potter actor gets swine flu in Britain: publicist – Yahoo! News

Actor Rupert Grint, who plays Ron Weasley in the Harry Potter films, has contracted swine flu, his publicist said Saturday, three days before the latest Potter blockbuster premieres in London. Grint took several days off filming the next movie in the series, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows", but is still expected to join co-stars... Continue Reading → » Blog Archive » Rumor Confirmed: Star Wars Live Action TV Series

Over the last few hours I’ve been following rumors of a Star Wars live action television series which will be shot in Australia — well I’ve just confirmed from a source who has a friend that works at ILM that this rumor is in fact true! My understanding from what I’ve been able to gather... Continue Reading →

Washington Post sells access, White House denies involvement | Washington Examiner

The Washington Post has long prided itself on its access to the capitals elite. Now, it appears, the paper is willing to sell that access. In a flier circulated to Beltway lobbyists, the Post touted a "salon" program which gives "exclusive access" to "Obama administration officials, Congress members, business leaders, advocacy leaders and other select... Continue Reading →

Two Centuries On, a Cryptologist Cracks a Presidential Code –

For more than 200 years, buried deep within Thomas Jeffersons correspondence and papers, there lay a mysterious cipher -- a coded message that appears to have remained unsolved. Until now.The cryptic message was sent to President Jefferson in December 1801 by his friend and frequent correspondent, Robert Patterson, a mathematics professor at the University of... Continue Reading →

Tests seem to confirm remains of St Paul are genuine in second major discovery of saint in days | Mail Online

The first scientific test on, what are believed to be, the remains of the Apostle Paul seems to confirm that they do indeed belong to the Roman Catholic saint, the Pope said yesterday.It was the second major discovery concerning St. Paul announced by the Vatican in as many days.On Saturday, the Vatican newspaper, LOsservatore Romano... Continue Reading →

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