Thursday, February 8, 2007

  • Glenwood Springs Post Independent (CO): Ted Haggard is taking the necessary steps to return his life to one that "conforms with the teachings of the Bible."

  • Kansas City Star (MO): An exhibit in Kansas City displays pieces of the Dead Sea Scrolls which the article describe as the "Actual words that allow us to peer into the minds of people who lived in the Middle East more than 2,000 years ago."

  • Inspire Magazine (UK): CityResearchers plans to distribute New International Versions of the Bible or dramatized Scripture on DVD across North America.

  • Marshall Democrat News (MO): Hey, where is your Bible that you consult on a daily basis?

  • American Chronicle (CA): "We are socialized, enculturated, 'programmed,' structured to assume and believe based upon the stories of the Bible. Every story we live, every story we read harkens to some basic story in the Bible. We may be secular, never having stepped foot in a church, and yet we are Christian at some level."

  • Fort Wayne News Sentinel (IN): People walk away from the church in favor of science because they do not understand biblical metaphors.

  • New York Times (NY): Review of "Biblical Art in a Secular Century."

  • The Tartan (PA): "The Skin of Our Teeth," a new play opening in Pittsburgh, is described as "the Bible meets the Ice Age."

  • A transitioning transsexual woman says she was terminated by Spring Arbor University after she was told that her "cross-dressing" does not reflect biblical principles.

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