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Earliest Known Picture of Jesus Goes on Display

23/09/11 | Posted by MattPage | Permalink | (3) Comments

What does Jesus look like when you close your eyes and picture him? Long hair and a beard? Blue eyes even? The oldest images of Jesus ever found go on display today in New York University's Institute for the Study of the Ancient World and there's something distinctly strange about them. The pictures painted closest to the time when Jesus was alive show him with short hair, brown eyes, and, most surprising of all, beardless. More ...

Sell Phone

08/09/11 | Posted by MattPage | Permalink | (0) Comments

It feels odd to talk about Easter in September, which is why it seems so strange that the Advertising Standards Agency have taken four and a half months to come to a conclusion about Phones4U's Easter advertising campaign. More ...

Between a Rock and a Hard Place

12/07/11 | Posted by HughB | Permalink | (2) Comments

Have you ever found yourself asking, “Why don’t people get it? Isn’t it obvious? Why are they so dense?” More ...

Gaga for Jesus

07/05/11 | Posted by MattPage | Permalink | (2) Comments

Always keen to court controversy Lady Gaga's latest music video, has yet again won her huge amounts of free publicity by portraying her as trapped in the middle of a love triangle between Judas and Jesus. Gaga's video, which is for her latest single "Judas", was released last night racking up over 3 million votes in 24 hours. More ...

Controversial Jesus Photograph Slashed in Gallery

21/04/11 | Posted by MattPage | Permalink | (3) Comments

One of the most controversial art works about Jesus has been vandalised by Christian protesters whilst on display in a gallery in France. The attack took place the day after a protest march by hundreds of French Catholic fundamentalists complaining about the work's inclusion at the Musée d'art Contemporain in Avignon. There has been tension in the city ever since the "I Believe in Miracles" exhibition began, with online petitions, criticisms of the piece by the Archbishop of Vaucluse and tens of thousands of emails objecting to the exhibition. More ...

Rubbish!

13/04/11 | Posted by Stigweard | Permalink | (1) Comments

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TV Review: BBC1’s The Nativity

20/12/10 | Posted by MattPage | Permalink | (40) Comments

For many of us our first, and possibly only, acting role was in a nativity play. So it’s strange that so few professional actors get the chance to return to their humble beginnings. The 2006 film The Nativity Story was the first time that an English version of the story had hit the silver screen since 1914. Television has tried a few new approaches to the story, such as 2007’s Liverpool Nativity, but a decent, historical attempt at telling the Christmas Story is long overdue. More ...

Film Review: The Chronicles of Narnia - The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

10/12/10 | Posted by MattPage | Permalink | (2) Comments

With a change of director and a change of studio, the latest instalment in the Chronicles of Narnia series has finally arrived in cinemas after a break of two and a half years. As with the book, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader follows the adventures of the younger two Pevensie children, Lucy and Edmund, and their brattish cousin Eustace, as they arrive back in Narnia via a painting of a Narnian ship. There they rejoin King Caspian and the valiant talking mouse Reepicheep who are on a quest to find seven lost Narnian Lords. More ...

The Nativity Coming to the BBC

28/11/10 | Posted by MattPage | Permalink | (5) Comments

Having enjoyed success with The Passion two and a half years ago, the BBC have decided to follow it up by filming a new version of the birth of Jesus. The Nativity is due to air over four nights in the run up to this Christmas with each episode lasting half an hour. More ...

Giant Jesus Raised in Poland

12/11/10 | Posted by MattPage | Permalink | (2) Comments

The town of Swiebodzin in Poland is a fairly unremarkable place. With just 22,000 inhabitants it’s only claim to fame, at least until last weekend, was being a crossroads between two of Poland’s major motorways, better known for people passing through than for anything in the town itself.
 
But as of Sunday the town has an unusual claim to fame. It now hosts the world’s largest statue of Jesus. More ...

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