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Archive for December, 2007

-China to Open Largest Bible Printing Plant

Monday, December 10th, 2007

Early next year, China will open the largest Bible production facility in the world. Amity Printing, China’s only authorized publisher of Christian materials, will open the new plant Nanjing. According to reports, the printing plant will produce over 1 million Bibles per month. Amity is trying to meet the country’s increasing demand for the Bible. […]

-Some Hotels are Banning Gideon Bibles?

Saturday, December 8th, 2007

Here is a story from the Baptist Press. According to this news release, increasingly hotels in America are no longer allowing Gideon Bibles to be placed in the rooms. The stated reason is that they don’t want to be in a position of supporting one religion above another? Response: This is another example of culture […]

-"The Golden Compass": An Attack on Christianity?

Friday, December 7th, 2007

The movie-“The Golden Compass” is released today across America. This is a major budget New Line Cinema production reportedly costing over $150 million to produce and features a number of major Hollywood stars including: Nicole Kidman, Daniel Craig,Sam Elliott, and Eva Green. The story is about Lyra , played by newcomer Dakota Blue Richards, an […]

-Huckabee is Right!

Wednesday, December 5th, 2007

GOP Presidential candidate (USA) Former Governor Mike Huckabee refuses to give his opinion on Mormonism. On Tuesday, when asked about what he thought about the reported views of many of his fellow Christian evangelicals that Mormonism is a cult, Gov. Huckabee said the following: “I don’t think it’s relevant to the presidency. I really don’t. […]

*Update: Teddy Bear Teacher Arrives Home Safely

Tuesday, December 4th, 2007

Gillian Gibbons, who was pardoned by the President of Sudan, arrived safely today at London’s Heathrow Airport. She expressed her sorrow for unintentionally offending so many and her thankfulness to be back in the UK with her family.           *Top

Teddy Bear Teacher is Pardoned

Monday, December 3rd, 2007

Gillian Gibbons was pardoned by Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir and is now flying home to the UK. The teacher had been sentenced to 15 days in prison for allowing her students to name a teddy bear ‘Muhammad’. Gibbons had sent a written statement to al-Bashir that she respected Islam and did not intend to offend […]

Pope Responds to Muslim Scholars

Sunday, December 2nd, 2007

Pope Benedict finally responded this week to a letter sent by 130+ Muslim scholars in October. Last week, more than 100 prominent Christian leaders, mostly protestant, responded to the earlier letter calling for future dialogue between leaders of the two world religions. Perhaps that response spurred the Pope on to make one of his own. […]