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Bringing the Forgotten Story of the Early Church to Life

Roma Downey on her new series 'A.D.: The Bible Continues,' diversity in Bible movies and the drama of the early church. Read More

Have We Made the Bible into an Idol?

The Bible shouldn't be worshiped. It should help us seek the One worthy of worship. Read More

The Dangers of Making Jesus Look Like Us

It's one of the easiest and most subtle temptations to give into. Read More

Can We Please Just Talk about the Bible?

Newsweek’s controversial cover story about the Bible is an opportunity to talk about what scripture really says. Read More

You may remember a meme floating around Facebook over the last few months, in which friends would ask each other to share “10 books that have stayed with you" as a status update. The lists spread across the social network, with hundreds of thousands of Facebook users around the world ranking their favorite books. Now, Facebook has tallied up the full rankings across eight countries (that had at least 20,000 take part in the meme), to see which books where most beloved around the globe.

The list in the U.S., U.K., Italy, Philippines, Brazil, India and France were all dominated by one work: J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series. The only country among the lists not topped by Harry Potter was Mexico (it ranked third), where One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez took the No. 1 spot.

The Bible on the other hand, didn’t fare as well. It ranked sixth for U.S. and U.K. readers, and barely cracked the top 10 in one other country, Brazil ... Discuss

4 People Who Successfully Argued With God

A few dramatic prayers with dramatic results. Read More