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Happy 2015? Newsweek hit piece smears Bible, Christians

Dec. 31, 2014 - Newsweek and Time magazines are known for taking swipes against the Bible and Christianity during the holy seasonsof Easter and Christmas. Newsweek's new management intensified their attack with an issue about the Bible. Their articles arepredictably skeptical of the Bible and are especially disdainful of evangelical Christians.

Read Newsweek to get a feel for the spirit of persecution that permeates the globe and is now coming to the U.S. Then read the reviews of thisissue by Christian leaders.



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