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Tennessee State Library’s database of 1,500 family Bibles now online

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The Tennessee State Public Library has put a database of family Bibles online and available for searching by the public. State Librarian Chuck Sherrill told The Chattanooga Times Free Press early Bibles served as the place where families marked milestones such as weddings, births and deaths. The database of 1,500 Bibles may serve as a treasure trove for genealogists and …

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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints says Book of Abraham Inspired Scripture

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Translation and Historicity of the Book of Abraham   “The veracity and value of the book of Abraham cannot be settled by scholarly debate concerning the book’s translation and historicity. The book’s status as scripture lies in the eternal truths it teaches and the powerful spirit it conveys. The book of Abraham imparts profound truths about the nature of God, …

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Hobby Lobby Waits for Supreme Court Ruling

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The Green family are again making headlines fighting government-mandated birth control coverage. They’re also using their billions to teach the American public on the literal truth of Scripture — through a public school Bible curriculum, a museum dedicated to the bible (which is around the corner from the Smithsonian) and public forums on the faith of the Founding Fathers. By …

SeptLiveHobby Lobby Waits for Supreme Court Ruling