Sunday, January 28, 2007

Journal Chretien (France): Three students in the northern province of India were beaten and their Bible school vandalized by Hindu extremists who oppose the spread of Christianity.

San Fransisco Chronicle (CA): Vicki Haddock reviews David Plotz observations on the Old Testament in his widely read column on Slate.com: Blogging the Bible. Plotz describes himself as "a believer in God who believes in some version of some things in the Bible."

World Daily Net (OR): The Geneva Bible, a translation in-print from1560 to 1644 and thus popular with Shakespeare, John Milton, John Bunyan, and pilgrims, is now available for purchase.

Lexington Herald-Leader (KY): Both the UCLA and United for the Separation of Church and State will not file a lawsuit against a Kentucky basketball team with Proverbs 27:17 painted on the wall.

Catholic Online (CA): The Russian episcopal conference has declared 2007 the "Year of Merciful Love."

Merced Sun-Star (CA): A Methodist minister provides a few facts about the history of the Bible.

WPOT (DC): Parents from the Church of Scientology seek exemption from mandatory newborn blood-test based on their interpretation of the Bible.

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