In Exodus 13, the Israelites carried the bones of Joseph as they left Egypt toward the promised land. This can be seen today as Jews in Poland buried the remains of a Jew who died during World War II.
Deuteronomy 12:3-4, as seen in images of the Robert E. Lee statue in Richmond, Virginia, being removed on Sept. 8, 2021. It was erected in 1890 to honor the Confederate general.
The story of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego being tossed into the fiery furnace after defying Nebuchadnezzar, as seen in photos from a Bolivian religious ceremony on June 21, 2021.
Hebrews 12:1, as seen in photos of the March of Silence in Montevideo, Uruguay, to remember those who disappeared during the military dictatorship from 1973-1985. This year’s event was altered due to coronavirus.
2 Kings 1, as seen in photos of clashes in Jerusalem in April 2021 between Palestinians upset about coronavirus restrictions impacting Ramadan and Jewish extremists holding an anti-Arab march.
Nehemiah 2:11-18, as seen in photos of French President Emmanuel Macron visiting the damage and reconstruction efforts at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris two years after a devastating fire.
Editor Brian Kaylor tells the Good Friday story as if set this year in Richmond, Virginia. As the Bible tells the story, Barabbas and the two men crucified along with Jesus are insurrectionists (not thieves).
Jeremiah 38, as seen in photos of Georgia State Rep. Park Cannon being placed in handcuffs by Georgia State Troopers after being asked to stop knocking on a door that leads to Gov. Brian Kemp’s office while Kemp was signing a voter suppression bill in
The rebuilding of the Temple in Ezra 3, as seen in photos of Pope Francis leading worship at the site of churches destroyed by the Islamic State at Hosh al-Bieaa Church Square, in Mosul, Iraq.
Some argue in the U.S. Senate that words are just words. But James taught otherwise. The events of Jan. 6 can be seen as an enactment of the warning in James 3:5-6.