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Like us all, every religious and spiritual tradition has its most beautiful part. Every religion and faith has parts that feel like young love, that part of the greater story that has no shadow, no shame, nor apology.
This week’s releases include film noir for the small screen; assassins in the sky; a movie documenting an inventor’s artistic proposition; a comedy starring one of the U.K.’s most obnoxious personalities; and the origin story of an unlikely hero.
A Cambridge art historian Thomas de Wesselow has proposed a new theory that purports to explain the resurrection of Jesus. He claims that the image on the Shroud was the optical illusion that fooled the Apostles into believing that Jesus had risen.
Watching the signs of life at sunrise, one feels moved by the day, a time some Christians celebrate Easter while others consider the value of life itself as they would any other time. So what are the differences of belief and practices about Easter?