A fragment of the 2,000-year-old Dead Sea Scrolls is laid out at a laboratory in Jerusalem. More than 60 years after their discovery, 5,000 images of the ancient scrolls are now online. Uriel Sinai/Getty Images hide caption

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Virtually Anyone Can See The Dead Sea Scrolls Now

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Is Kwanzaa Still A Thing?

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For Some Jews, Christmas Is More Than Chinese Food

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Just Who Was The Real St. Nicholas?

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The Israel Antiquities Authority says archeologists have found the oldest artifact that bears the inscription of Bethlehem, a 2,700-year-old clay seal with the name of Jesus' traditional birthplace. AP hide caption

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Dig Finds Evidence Of Another Bethlehem

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Carolers from St. Columba's School in New Delhi stage their annual Christmas program, where the student body is Catholic, Sikh and Hindu. Julie McCarthy/NPR hide caption

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In India, All Religions Join In 'The Big Day'

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Gospel Diva Vicki Yohe On 'Sounding Black'

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Reverend Run: From Rapper To Preacher

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People gather for a prayer vigil at St. Rose Church in Newtown, Conn., on Dec. 14. In the aftermath of such tragedies, many people ask how a benevolent God and suffering can coexist. Emmanuel Dunand/Getty Images hide caption

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Newtown Tragedy: Would A Good God Allow Such Evil?

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Clergy Called On To Help With Healing In Newtown

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The Very Rev. Gary Hall Speaks With Guy Raz About Gun Violence

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