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An investigation by Live Science throws into question the origin of the fourth-century papyrus thought to reveal Jesus and Mary Magdalene were married.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced the discovery of the remains of the SS City of Chester, a passenger steamer that went down in 1888 near the Golden Gate in San Francisco.
Millions of dollars and the admiration of the art world can be had by a talent artist willing to sign someone else's name.
The new film "Heaven is for Real" relates a young boy's visit to heaven, though recent brain imaging research suggests a different explanation. Continue reading →
The 2,000-year-old stonemason's chisel may have been used in the construction of the holy site for both Muslims and Jews. Continue reading →
An 18th-century painting that was stolen from a church in Poland two decades ago was recovered after it turned up for sale on eBay.
It was recently announced that an ancient text claiming that Jesus had a wife was not forged. Ross Everett joins DNews to report on this new finding, and what discuss if it means anything to religion as we know it.
Easter Sunday is a religious holiday to some and a family holiday for others, but how did the bunny get involved?
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