Monday, February 12, 2007

PR Web (WA): And the Lord said, "pick up your phone." Bible ring tones are here. Have the New King James Version inform you of your call.

San Diego State University: In the Beginning: The Greatest Story Never Told is a new play opening up this weekend which tells the story of the people who did not make it into scripture.

OhGizmo (Canada): "Fireplace Most Likely to be Featured in a Biblical Epic."

New York Times (NY): Marcus Ross, a graduate student at Rhode Island University, has recently submitted his dissertation on a marine reptile that disappeared 65 million years ago. His acceptance into the field of paleontology has stirred controversy not because of the quality of his work, but because he is a professed young earth creationist who believes the earth is at most 10,000 years old. Paleontology and scripture are two paradigms, Ross says, and he sees no difficulty in reconciling the two.

Belfast Telegraph (UK): Irish footballer has been acting like Noah lately.

National Ledger (AZ): The wait is over: at last, Biblical prophesy and the Roswell incident merge together in Terry James' new novel The Rapture Dialogues: Dark Dimension.

Concord Monitor (NH): Mitt Romney, the former governor of Massachusetts who will announce his run for presidency tomorrow, may find that his faith as a Mormon will become a political issue.

The Frederick News-Post
(MD): William Emanuel presents a lecture series on "People of Color in the Bible." Emanuel believes that the black community has been miseducated about Biblical facts and therefore has a responsibility to spread the message that the Old Testament was written about the African Hebrews.

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