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More viewing Bible with skepticism, survey shows

More people, especially Millennials, have skeptical views of the Bible, and fewer young people are reading the Good Book, according to the fourth annual State of the Bible survey.





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More people, especially Millennials, have skeptical views of the Bible, and fewer young people are reading the Good Book, according to the fourth annual State of the Bible survey.


President George W. Bush reaches into the audience to shake hands with invited guests and staff members following his farewell address to the nation Thursday evening, Jan. 15, 2009 in the East Room of the White House, where President Bush thanked the American people for their support and trust. White House (photo by Joyce N. Boghosian)

Former U.S. president George W. Bush has a new title to add to his resume: painter. The subjects of his paintings? World leaders — a theme he knows well.


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A shooter killed three and injured more than a dozen others today at Fort Hood, according to published reports.

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Five candidates looking to flip Georgia’s 12th Congressional District to the Republican side of the aisle are invited to face off during the Atlanta Press Club’s Loudermilk-Young Debate Series in advance of the May 20 primary.


Major League Soccer is expanding to the city of Atlanta with the new, as of yet unnamed team starting play during the 2017 team.


The incumbent Georgia governor and his two Republican primary challengers are invited to face off during the Atlanta Press Club’s Loudermilk-Young Debate Series in advance of the May 20 primary.

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After a 39-year career at the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA), Charles Bartlett retired from his position as coordinator of football officials at the end of December 2013. Bartlett worked as a CIAA official for 18 years and served as the coordinator of football officials for 21 years.


Georgia State Director of Athletics Cheryl Levick announced Friday that the contract of head men’s basketball coach Ron Hunter has been extended for two additional years, keeping the award-winning coach in Atlanta until 2020. In addition to adding to the length of Hunter’s contract, both sides agreed to an adjusted base salary, NCAA tournament salary trigger and buyout clause.


Louisville’s Kevin Ware, who was a key reserve in the Cardinals run to a national championship a year ago, has announced that he will transfer to Georgia State. Ware starred at nearby Rockdale County High School just outside Atlanta.

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