Dec 2 Blog
By: Mary Joan Winn Leith
“The Cherry Tree Carol” is a Christmas carol that first appeared in 13th-century England; an American version was discovered in Appalachia in the 20th century. Stonehill College Biblical scholar Mary Joan Winn Leith explains the carol’s roots in early Christian Syrian churches.
Sep 13 Blog
Who was the first person to truly recognize Jesus as the messiah and understand the implications? Biblical scholar Ben Witherington III takes a close look at the account given in Luke, and sheds some light on what the Biblical narrative has to say about who was the first to recognize Jesus as the messiah.
Nov 17 Blog
Dec 22 Blog
This year on Christmas day Fox News will air “The Nativity: Facts, Fictions and Faith,” a program that examines one of the most well-known and enduring New Testament stories through an analysis of both scripture and archaeology. The program takes viewers on a journey to the Holy Land with Fox’s religion correspondent Lauren Green, who interviews experts in Biblical scripture and archaeology to reveal the facts, fictions and faith surrounding the birth of Jesus.