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Bible Museum Could Make Home In Dallas

April 6

Hobby Lobby Inc., the national arts and crafts store chain, says it has been on a buying spree of rare Bibles and other sacred documents to fill a proposed National Bible Museum, with Dallas a likely location.

The Oklahoma City-based company, owned by the Green family, announced Monday that it has collected a "vast array" of materials, including biblical papyri, Hebrew scrolls, medieval manuscripts and a comprehensive assortment of Bibles and rare books.

Steve Green, president of Hobby Lobby, said his family has a Christian commitment to helping tell the Bible's story and is working with a group, which includes people from Dallas, that came up with the National Bible Museum idea.

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ACLU Rejects $20,000 Donation for Alternative Prom

April 6

Just when the furor over Constance McMillen’s canceled Mississippi prom is winding down, a new tidbit could serve to fan the flames.

According to The New York Times, the American Civil Liberties Union of Mississippi rejected a $20,000 donation from the American Humanist Association to help fund an alternative prom, replacing the canceled district event. The group are advocates of “good without god,” according to their Web site.

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Kansas Abortion Doc's Murderer Gets Life Prison Term

April 6

An anti-abortion zealot who murdered one of the few U.S. doctors who performed late-term abortions was sentenced Thursday to life in prison and won't be eligible for parole for 50 years — the maximum allowed by law.

Scott Roeder, 52, faced a mandatory life prison term for gunning down Dr. George Tiller in the back of Tiller's Wichita church last May.

Sedgwick County District Judge Warren Wilbert could have made the Roeder eligible for parole after 25 or 50 years, but gave him the harsher sentence because he said the evidence showed Roeder stalked Tiller before killing him.

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40% of Tea Partiers Are Dems & Independents

April 6

For almost a year, the mainstream media have depicted members of the Tea Party movement as racist, right-wing extremists.

On Sunday, a survey was released finding 40 percent of Tea Partiers are Democrats and Independents.

Given the media's hatred for everyone involved in this growing movement, how will they react to and report this startling revelation released hours ago by The Hill (h/t Pat Dollard):

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ProLifers File Suit Saying HealthCare Bill Makes Them Complicit in 'Grave Moral Disorder' of Abortion

April 6

Four pro-life Michigan residents have thrown yet another constitutional challenge onto the pile of claims that have emerged since legal wrangling over the health-care reform law began last week.
 
The plaintiffs, represented by the Thomas More Law Center, filed suit last week in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan, saying their First Amendment rights are being violated because, under the new law, they will be obliged to buy insurance that funds abortions, and that special tax carve-outs for union members discriminate against others for not sharing the same political beliefs.

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NY Man Charged With Forcing Girlfriend to Have Abortion, Killing Baby

April 6

A New York man has been charged in connection with a case that saw him force his girlfriend to have an abortion by slipping her the dangerous misoprostol abortion drug. This is only the most recent case of a man trying to force his partner to have an abortion, in what is a growing phenomenon.

Orbin Eeli Tercero has been charged with criminal homicide of an unborn child, first-degree murder of an unborn child, aggravated assault of an unborn child, aggravated assault, hindering apprehension or prosecution, and tampering with or fabricating physical evidence.

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Zondervan to Publish More Than 1,000 Christian Titles for iPad Launch

April 6

To accompany the long-awaited iPad launch, Zondervan is one of the first publishers to release titles in Apple's iBookstore beginning Saturday, April 3, 2010. More than 1,000 titles will be available for download from all product groups. Zondervan plans to release all its future ebooks in an iPad version and is working to release more than 150 additional books in the next three months.

Users will be able to purchase the books from Apple's iBookstore, as well as read excerpts, reviews and additional details about Zondervan books and its authors. Unlike other ebook versions, the iPad compatible ebooks feature full color artwork.

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