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 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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