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Jesus' New Look, Sadie Robertson's Bible-Themed Dance and Actress' Wild Verbal Attack on a Subway Preacher: The Biggest Faith Stories of the Week

...watch the chaos that unfolded when an anti-gay marriage group showed up to protest on a college campus recently.

The makers of "God's Not Dead" are coming back with a new faith-based film titled "Do You Believe?" — a movie that addresses a more specific subject matter: Jesus Christ. Watch the exclusive trailer.

And actress and producer Roma Downey recently told us why Jesus will look entirely different in the new "A.D." series she's making alongside husband Mark Burnett. More on that here.

Roma Downey/Mark Burnett Jesus as portrayed in the upcoming "A.D." series (Roma Downey/Mark Burnett)

On another note, the 497th anniversary of Martin Luther nailing the “Ninety-Five Theses” to the door of All Saints’ Church recently passed and TheBlaze sat down with Dr. William Edgar, professor of apologetics at Westminster Theological Seminary to discuss Luther’s actions.

Former Navy SEAL Howard Wasdin also recently talked with us about his new book, “The Last Rescue,” and about his struggles after leaving the military. Throughout all the hardship, however, Wasdin believed it was God who pulled him through — and he discussed with TheBlaze his path toward regaining his faith.

On another note, see the simple action a football player took that had him penalized after his first-ever high school touchdown. Read the story and let us know if you think it was justified.

Plus, 1,800 pastors recently fought back against the IRS, arguing that it is their right to speak freely about election-related topics while standing behind the pulpit. The scenario surrounds a complex battle and it involves IRS codes, atheist activists and Christian pastors. Read about all of it here.

And guess who's standing up for a Christian business owner who refused to print shirts for a gay pride parade back in 2012? Kathy Trautvetter, a lesbian business owner, sat down with TheBlaze to tell us why she believes the government shouldn't be forcing people to act against their beliefs. She also spoke with Glenn Beck about the same subject late last week.

Speaking of arguments, be sure to watch the chaos that unfolded when an anti-gay marriage group showed up to protest on a college campus recently (hint: a very angry man confronted the organization).

Oh, and while you're at it, be sure you watch the tough message this Hollywood actress delivered to a subway preacher last week — and the absolutely ballistic rant this little girl spewed at a street preacher during a separate incident.

Anti-gay marriage group is attacked (TFP Action) Anti-gay marriage group is attacked (TFP Student Action)

On the creepy front, two fishermen in Wisconsin caught a glimpse of what they believe to be spirits after taking photos of a double rainbow. See the photos that even have a meteorologist claiming that there might be “a mystery” at play.

And did you catch Sadie Robertson’s “Dancing With The Stars” performance last week? She'll be back at it Monday night, but if you missed her taking her Christian faith to the dance floor, you'll want to watch that here.

    Sadie Robertson and her partner Mark Ballas ("Dancing With the Stars"/YouTube) Sadie Robertson and her partner Mark Ballas ("Dancing With the Stars"/YouTube)

And a 90-year-old man and two pastors were threatened with jail time in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, last Sunday for feeding the homeless in violation of a new ordinance. See what one of the men said when TheBlaze asked whether or not they plan to stop feeding the poor.

We'll leave you with this key question (and some analysis when you click the link): Will a "generation gap" over the Bible and homosexuality have major ramifications for Christianity?

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