Donald Sterling’s appeal to block the sale of his basketball franchise, the Los Angeles Clippers, has been rejected by a Californian judge in a tentative ruling on Monday. The sale that was previously orchestrated by his wife Shelly Sterling will go on as previously planned, with former Microsoft CEO Steve […]
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Adam Lewis Greene’s Kickstarter campaign Bibliotheca closed yesterday, raising over $1.4 million. The project’s original goal was $37,000. Greene has created Bibliotheca, a four-volume set of the Bible, to allow readers experience biblical texts as “literary works of art” rather than the jumble of numbers, minuscule text, and tissue-thin paper we’re […]
Theology. It’s the study of the nature of God and religious belief. It’s the ongoing conversation about God, what is said in the Bible, and how He is working in our world. On August 1, Prairie Bible Institute will launch Theology 100, a free online one-credit course, for all those wanting […]
Glasgow, Scotland was alight with festivities and pageantry last night. It was the opening ceremonies to the Commonwealth Games, an athletic competition whose scale and grandness is bested only by the Olympics. Though the Commonwealth Games has its roots in colonialism, the Games now is for independent, sovereign states that […]
In one of the most embattled regions in the world, Israel and Palestine are ignited once again with more violence. Hamas — which is part of the Palestinian government — and Israel are engaged in what is being called one of the worst flare-ups in this region for years. So what […]
Unbeknownst to most people, yesterday, July 14, was Malala Day, as recognized by the UN’s Global Education First Initiative.