Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Bible Bending item of the day: The Brick Testament

Remote Access (NY): Scholars and Christians should pay more attention to the African history embedded in the Bible.

Conservative Voice
(NC): Canada has "gone the way of the pagan." England is not far behind. Americans must guard their biblical values or "the grassroots will be taken by the apostates, atheists and agnostics."

Greenville Daily Reflector (NC): Mark Jones, a criminal justice professor examines the offenses of biblical figures in his newest book, Criminals of the Bible: Twenty-five Case Studies of Biblical Outlaws.

Port Folio Weekly (VA): Review of And Sara Laughed, a musical comedy about God's unusual sense of humor.

Independent Catholic News (UK): Pope announces biblical message for Lent 2007: "They shall look on Him whom they have pierced."

Fergus Falls Daily Journal
(MN): Bible cannot be the science book for mankind.

WMC-TV (TN): A Fort Smith School Board rejected proposal to introduce a high school course on the historical and literary Bible.

(Hungary): Indian militants beat five Bible college students.

Fort Wayne News Sentinel
(IN): Where have all the miracles gone? Since God uses miracles to convert the non-believers, there is no need for excessive miracles since this is still a Judeo-Christian nation.

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