Monthly Archives: April 2007

State Ordained Bible Teachers: Where it's Going

The Time cover story “The Case for Teaching the Bible,” favoring Bible-literacy classes taught in public schools, is being positively received by many Christians, and some have been prompted to proclaim by it “God is alive and well.”[i]The phenomenon is … Continue reading

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Time: For Teaching the Bible in Public School?

The April issue of Time magazine carries a controversial cover story entitled “Why We Should Teach The Bible in Public School: The Case for Teaching the Bible,” by David Van Biema. The basic premise is that the teaching of Bible-literacy … Continue reading

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Gospel of Judas: Vatican theologian and devoted Anglican join betrayal of Christ

A new fictional account of Judas Iscariot actually portrays Judas attempting to save Jesus from crucifixion by making arrangements to smuggle him out of Jerusalem. Written by Anglican Jeffrey Archer, also a best selling British author, and Roman Catholic Francis … Continue reading

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