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Jersey Post sorry for refusing to deliver “offensive” Bible CDsCountry/Region: United Kingdom
The chief executive of Jersey Post, the island’s mail delivery
service, has apologised after it refused to deliver audio CDs of
the Bible to every household.
The Switch On Campaign, paid for by Jersey church groups, was created to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible. Churches around the island of Jersey in the English Channel had united on the project, with the goal of delivering the recording of the Gospel of Mark to every house on the island.
Australia: Muslim terror suspect escapes conviction after police shooting
A Muslim terror suspect, who shot and wounded a police officer, has escaped conviction on serious shooting charges...
UK: Phone company’s “Jesus advert” banned for being “disrespectful”
A mobile phone advertisement displaying a cartoon-like picture of Jesus has been banned for being “disrespectful”.
Operation Nehemiah: News and Prayer Update #37
Christian group leaves debt charity that prohibits prayer with
UK State schools not providing group worship;
Outcry as Australian school books “write Christ out of history”;
Crosses removed from Californian town;
UK: Christian group leaves debt charity that prohibits prayer with clients
A Christian organisation has had to leave a national charity in order to preserve its own integrity after the charity forbade it to pray with people...
UK State schools not providing group worship – BBC survey
A survey commissioned by BBC local radio has found that many state schools in England are not providing group worship...
Outcry as Australian school books “write Christ out of history”
Christian leaders in Australia have condemned changes to the national curriculum that will replace the terms BC (Before Christ) and AD (Anno Domini)...