Bible museum ‘pillars’: The chairman of the forthcoming Museum of the Bible explains the “four pillars” of the multi-million-dollar project. The Washington Times


Bible society’s 200th: The American Bible Society is marking its 200th anniversary. The Salt Lake Tribune


Incentives drive sales: Sales of Unstuffed: Decluttering Your Home, Mind, and Soul by Ruth Soukup have been driven by pre-order incentives, including a free 31 Days to a Clutter Free Life e-book. Publishers Weekly


Ben Carson’s guidance: A special print run of You Have a Brain: A Teen’s Guide to T.H.I.N.K. B.I.G. by neurosurgeon and former presidential candidate Ben Carson for a judge to assign as a reading assignment for some of those appearing in court. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


Christian movies defined: What makes a movie Christian “will always go hand in hand with what makes a movie good.” Killeen Daily Herald


Lecrae joins Columbia: Rapper Lecrae has signed a deal with Columbia Records. Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Lady Gaga’s faith: Singer Lady Gaga defends celebrities who embrace faith in the midst of Hollywood lifestyles.


‘Broken road’ movie: God’s Not Dead director Harold Cronk has decided on his next picture, the faith-based God Bless the Broken Road, inspired by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band song.


‘Reluctant’ Christian rapper: NF, whose real name is Nathan Feuerstein, is “Christian rap’s reluctant new hero.”


Amy’ ‘spiritual’ beliefs: For Amy Grant, “all music carries with it spiritual undercurrents.” Tampa Bay Times


‘Other’ Christian movies: The rise of (non-evangelical) “Christian movies for the rest of us.” The Washington Post


Alice Cooper’s faith: Alice Cooper, whose outrageous onstage antics have drawn crowds to his show for decades, “doesn’t want to be seen as a Christian celebrity who shoves his beliefs down the world’s throat.” Phoenix New Times


Faith films flourish: Considering the “unprecedented offering of faith-based films.” Film Journal International