Tag: scripture

Scrollin', Scrollin', Scrollin'

Marty Minto‘s really been plugging this exhibit. It seemed interesting, but I hesitated to blog it due to some implicit Evangelical Protestant bias. However, Pittsburgh Catholic seems to think it’s a good thing, so I’ll give it the benefit of the doubt. Dead Sea Scrolls ‘fragments’ on exhibit Tour includes other ancient biblical texts drawn …

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Islam and Christianity

Mark Shea posted the following nugget of wisdom from Archbishop Fulton Sheen. I don’t know much about the former, but I’m liking the latter each time I hear about him. 🙂 Fulton Sheen on What Catholics (Should) Know About Reaching Muslims “We Catholics have a weapon in the war on terror that is a million …

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Religious Liberties

In case anybody wondered, the ACLU doesn’t always support the wrong people/causes. 😉 ACLU gets Bible verse back in local yearbook May 12, 2004 BY PEGGY WALSH-SARNECKI, FREE PRESS EDUCATION WRITER “Abby Moler is getting the chance to pass on two lessons to her classmates: You can fight City Hall, and you can enlist unexpected …

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Diversity My Foot

It’s funny how diversity education never includes tolerance for orthodox religious views. Bible-Reading Prison Workers Win Minnesota Lawsuit “ST. PAUL, Minn. (Reuters) – Two prison employees reprimanded for reading their Bibles in silent protest of an employer-sponsored training session on homosexuality have been awarded $78,000 in damages by a federal jury, their attorney said on …

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Beatings For the LORD?

Schools demand ‘biblical right to smack children’ Private Christian schools must be allowed to smack pupils with parents’ consent, the Court of Appeal has heard. Forty schools, spearheaded by the Christian Fellowship School in Liverpool, want a change in the law to allow them to use corporal punishment. Their attempt to challenge legislation banning smacking …

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