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Lost WWII Bible returned after 70 years

Lost WWII Bible returned after 70 years

A Prisoner of War’s Bible from World War II, left behind when he escaped in 1943 has finally been returned to his family 70 years on. Read more

 Mary Jones Prize awarded to Mary Thomas

Mary Jones Prize awarded to Mary Thomas

Bala resident Mary Thomas has been awarded the first Mary Jones Prize. The Prize was presented at Mary Jones World visitor centre at Llancyil near Bala on Monday (2 March 2015). Read more

Bible’s translator tops list of forgotten famous Brits

Bible’s translator tops list of forgotten famous Brits

William Tyndale, the man who was burned at the stake for translating the Bible into English during the reign of Henry VIII isn’t known by nearly half of Britons. Read more

Jesus banned from M & S flowers

Jesus banned from M & S flowers

The words ‘Jesus Christ’ and ‘Christ’ have been placed on a list of banned words, viewed as offensive by high-street retailer Marks & Spencer. Read more

Aberystwyth University responds to controversy regarding Bibles in student's rooms

Aberystwyth University responds to controversy regarding Bibles in student's rooms

After it emerged that Aberystwyth Student’s Union were going to vote on removing Bibles from student’s rooms, the University has issued a statement: Read more

Bible Society bookshop proves increasingly popular

Bible Society bookshop proves increasingly popular

In a country where no new churches have been built for nearly a century, 15,000 people are visiting Bible Society’s bookshop every year – and more are coming each month. The bookshop, in a busy tourist street in Istanbul, Turkey, opens its doors ... Read more

178-year-old Bible looking for its family

178-year-old Bible looking for its family

A hospice in Wrexham is hoping to re-unite an ancient Bible with relatives of the family who once owned it. Read more

Aberystwyth University students to vote to remove Bibles

Aberystwyth University students to vote to remove Bibles

A poll by the Students’ Union at Aberystwyth University found that more than half of students said they felt the compulsory inclusion of the Gideon Bibles in their rooms was 'uncomfortable' or 'unacceptable'. Read more

Bible doesn’t allow the rich to ignore the poor says Huff Post

Bible doesn’t allow the rich to ignore the poor says Huff Post

The Bible doesn’t permit the rich to hang onto their wealth, or allow them to ignore the poor, says The Huffington Post today. Read more

Who was the most dangerous man in Tudor England?

Who was the most dangerous man in Tudor England?

Who was the most dangerous man in Tudor England? From reading Horrible Histories with your children, you’d be forgiven for thinking it was Henry VIII, writes Hazel Southam. Read more

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