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  • ‘The Bible’: Mark Burnett, Roma Downey unveil their epic

     
      Executive producer Mark Burnett of “Survivor,” ”The Voice” and “The Celebrity Apprentice” will deliver the biggest project of his TV career next year: “The Bible,” a 10-hour miniseries. His producing...
  • Pakistan president orders probe into Christian girl's blasphemy case

     
    President Asif Ali Zardari has ordered his Interior Ministry to check whether local authorities misused Pakistan's controversial blasphemy law in the recent arrest of a young Christian girl accused of desecrating pages from the Koran....
  • Pakistani judge grants bail to Christian girl charged with blasphemy

     
    A Pakistani judge ordered the release on bail of a young Christian girl jailed for allegedly desecrating the Koran, a decision that ends her three-week stay in jail and comes after the arrest of a Muslim cleric on charges of trying to fabricate the case...
  • Blasphemy case: Muslim cleric accused of framing Christian girl

     
    A Muslim cleric who had accused a young Christian girl of desecrating the Koran has been arrested on suspicion of fabricating the case against her, a development that her lawyer said could lead to the girl’s release....
  • Campaign rhetoric and the Jewish vote

     
    With the 2012 presidential election shaping out to be a tight race, the Jewish vote, is even more coveted than in past elections. The Election 2012 series, broadcast weekly on Jewish.TV, sets out to inform those voters and any others interested in the...
  • Afghan leader rips film tied to Libya attack, raising fears of violence

     
    President Hamid Karzai condemned an American-made film that crudely mocks Islam, galvanizing fears among Westerners that the Afghan leader's denunciation could be read as a go-ahead to stage violent protests....
  • Holiday horror stories abound as all of China goes on vacation

     
    There’s no Mandarin word for “staycation,” but after this week’s holiday horror stories -– day-long traffic jams, heaps of trash and restaurateurs gouging customers -- the concept may take off soon in China....
  • Herman Wouk, a novel force

    Herman Wouk, a novel force
    The year Herman Wouk was born, Woodrow Wilson was in his first term in the White House, the Lusitania's sinking was on the front page and "The Birth of a Nation" was playing in silent movie theaters. In the 97 years since, with such books as "The Caine...
  • Windermere pastor sharpens ‘American Bible Challenge’

     
    Can the Good Book beget a good game show? “The American Bible Challenge” tries to meet that challenge by spreading charity. The show, which debuts at 8 p.m. Thursday on GSN, counts Windermere resident Troy Schmidt as a consulting producer....
  • Rocky Raccoon checked into his room, only to find a Kindle?

     
    Starting July 16, Rocky Raccoon will not find Gideon's Bible in certain hotel rooms in England....
  • First edition Book of Mormon stolen from Arizona store

     
    A first edition of the Book of Mormon was stolen from the bookstore of an 88-year-old who allowed visitors to take photographs with it....