Friday, 30 September 2011

Police apologise for Bible ban...sort of

In the case of Jamie Murray, who was investigated by police for showing a DVD of Bible texts from the New Testament in his Christian café in Blackpool, police have apologised for their involvement. However, as the Christian Institute reports, "they refused to apologise for launching the investigation and they also denied banning the display of the Bible texts in the café".

Keep your eyes on this case - it could have ramifications for living as Christians in the public sphere UK-wide.


Read more: Blackpool's got more to worry about than Bible verses


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