Wednesday, February 7, 2007

  • The Trumpet (OK): British and American leaders should heed the prophesies in the Bible when creating policy in the Middle East.

  • Atlanta Journal Constitution (GA) (Subscription): Don Levine, the man who created GI Joe, is now introducing "Almighty Heroes," a collection of biblical action figures that includes Old Testament heroes such as Moses, Samson, David and Noah.

  • Fort Wayne News Sentinel (IN): Packets from God's Door Keepers are in high demand in county prisons.

  • The Chronicle Herald (Canada): The Jehovah's Witness who went to court after receiving a blood transfusion last year will have to move to another province if she wants to ensure that her religious beliefs are followed after the court unanimously decided that medical doctors are allowed to act in whatever manner will save their patient's life.

  • Christian Today (UK): A television series based on Bible stories for children entitled Friends and Hereos has been scheduled for broadcast on the BBC.

  • Fay Observer (NC): A proposed North Carolina Senate bill would allow oaths using non-Christian texts.

  • First Coast News (FL): Review of Bible-based dieting program.
  • Newswire (NY): A new survey by the American Bible society reveals that parents are still the most important role models to teens. "When choosing role models, the teens surveyed said the most important qualities they look for include biblical principals such as honesty, integrity, loyalty and truthfulness" [emphasis mine].

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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