The Pentagon has revoked permission for a Christian ministry to produce Bibles for different branches of the military, marked with those insignias, after an anti-Christian group called them a threat to national security.
In 2003, B&H Publishing, a division of LifeWay Christian Resources, was given authorization to use the official seals of the U.S. military branches on a line of Bibles. No government funds were used in the production of the Bibles, which contained devotional material unique to each service branch in much the same way they are tailored to other groups such as teens or children....
Nobody said anything about Bible versions, Jim. You must be seeing things!
Even I know the US constitution says nothing about separation of Church and State. And I'm not even an American. Unfortunately this is another victory for those who wish to have Christianity airbrushed out of US history.
If you mean we have to many Bibles versions or even those that are of a general nature but targeted to specific groups, I'll agree with you, Why So Many Versions? The one that Dr. Wallace worked on for example, wasn't needed. All the groups that need to be targeted are plainly targeted in versions like the The New American Standard Bible.
â€śIf their logos are being placed on a particular version of Christianity â€“ particularly when we are engaged in a war with fundamentalist Muslims that are trying to view this as a cosmic war between Jesus and Allah â€“ itâ€™s a security threat,â€ť
This is what is commonly know as nuts!!
Couple of days ago we had the USAF removing the term "God" from mottos. Now a Bible with a logo is a "security threat" God as usual was absolutely spot on when He called these guys "fools"
"The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God. Corrupt are they, and have done abominable iniquity: there is none that doeth good." Psalm 53.