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NOOOOvember 2014: MovieRob

Having a good week is important and all, but don’t you feel like you need at least a little disappointment to make the good stuff even better? 753 more words

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Book Review - The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown

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TITLE:  The Da Vinci Code

SERIES:  The Robert Langdon Series, Book 2

AUTHOR:  Dan Brown

FORMAT:  Kindle Version

PAGES/LOCATIONS:  592 pages/7499 locations… 1,109 more words

Blogging

Marriages Made In Heaven? Stories Claim New Findings On The Marital Status of Jesus Christ and Joseph Smith

For those who love to follow the marriages of the rich and famous, this week was a real doozy. In a new book, researchers are claiming evidence that Jesus married Mary Magdalene and had two sons. 517 more words

Religion

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As of this writing there are 198 comments on this reblogged article, written by law professor Jonathan Turley.

WWW Wednesdays #2

WWW Wednesdays are hosted by Should Be Reading and is a meme where we discuss what we are currently reading, just finished reading, and hope to read next. 331 more words

City Of Ashes

'The Lost Gospel' and the so-called Marriage of Jesus

Simon Jacobovici and Barrie Wilson‘s new book, The Lost Gospel: Decoding the Ancient Text that Reveal Jesus’ Marriage to Mary the Magdalenehas been recently been making the media rounds promoting its “controversial” thesis that Jesus and Mary Magdalene were married and even shared a family. 1,446 more words

Historical Jesus

Live Lecture and 20 Minutes of Meet-up With Dan Brown: Penguin India Annual Lecture 2014

If you are an avid book reader especially the novels, then Dan Brown is someone who doesn’t need any introduction. In case, you are not a book reader or unfortunately don’t know Dan Brown, then here’s a quick introduction of him. 830 more words

Angels & Demons

Tuesday Text – Labyrinth Review

Finally!!! Finally I finished ‘Labyrinth’, not the actual labyrinth but a novel ‘Labyrinth’ by Kate Mosse; again not model Kate Moss but author ‘Kate Mosse’. 689 more words

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