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How to find the perfect secular sacred object

An ancient Roman statue of a woman is one of the many examples of religious objects that the holy city of Jerusalem has, in fact, preserved for centuries.It is known as the “Hannah of the Hill” and was created in the late 2nd century B.C. by a sculptor, known as Heraclius.The statue, which stands in […]

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How to Save the Sacred?

by Charles Krauthammer article Author Charles Krautzammer of the Washington Post joins the Fox News Channel’s Greta Van Susteren to discuss how to save the sacred objects.Part One of two.Listen to the podcast: “What the Bible says about the Bible” at the National Review website: http://www.nationalreview.com/podcast/what-the-bible-says-about-the

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Which ancient artifacts from the Aztec world have been stolen?

A new report says that more than 30 ancient Aztec sacred object sites in Mexico are at risk of theft by criminal gangs that sell them for thousands of dollars each.The report by Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) and the Mexican Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology (IIAAP) was released on Wednesday.The sites, […]

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Which is more important: Buddhism or Hinduism?

This article is based on an interview conducted by Business Insider with a Buddhist monk who lives in Nepal.He is from the Jampa school of Buddhism, and is considered one of the leading spiritual teachers in the world.

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How to interpret a coin’s sacred object

By Michael T. Sacks/Associated PressFor the most part, sacred objects are just symbols of things sacred, not a meaningful part of a person’s identity.That’s why it’s so hard to figure out what an actual sacred object is.The ancient Greeks and Romans believed in a series of gods and goddesses that guided humanity through life, while […]

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