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Christians Celebrate Easter: Risen from the Dead to Indestructible Life

Hundreds of millions of faithful Christians across the globe are celebrating Easter, the anniversary of the event Christians believe in that – if true – marks a singular status for the person for whom they are named. They say Jesus Christ was bodily resurrected from the grave days after he was publicly executed, and that his rose from the grave to an eternal and indestructible life.

Indian Catholics walk with posters during an Easter procession in Kolkata, India, Sunday, April 21, 2019. Christians around the world are celebrating Easter commemorating the day when according to Christian tradition Jesus was resurrected in Jerusalem two millennia ago. (AP Photo/Bikas Das)

Christians Observe Good Friday: Crushed for Our Iniquities

Christians all over the world today are observing Good Friday. It is the anniversary of the death of Jesus of Nazareth, whom Christians believe died in place of sinners to pay the price to satisfy the justice of a holy God for all their sins, if that person would turn to God in faith and repentance, trusting in Jesus Christ’s sacrifice on their behalf, and believing in his Easter resurrection from the dead.

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Emmanuel: God with Us, Born that Man No More May Die

While billions across the globe celebrate Christmas as a cultural event for family and exchanging gifts, for countless faithful Christians it is about celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ, Emmanuel – “God with Us” – whom they believe was born not only to reveal the will of God, but more importantly to die so that billions may live.

Circa 4 BC, The shepherds kneeling before the newly born Jesus Christ and Mary and Joseph in the stable at Bethlehem. Original Artwork: 'The Adoration of the Shepherds' by Giorgione (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Bible Helps Scientists Develop Translation Algorithm

Researchers are employing the Christian Bible to develop a more sophisticated translation algorithm because of its unique structure and the remarkable number of translations available, Science Daily reported Wednesday.

In this Thursday, Oct. 20, 2011, photo, a bible sits on the desk of Bradley Sabin, a junior, as she takes notes during Bible class at Woodland High School in Cartersville, Ga. Georgia was the first state in the country to allow Bible classes in public schools, but the number …