Monday, March 24, 2014

Shreveport Lawmaker wants Bible as State Book

The state of Alabama wants to make the Bible the "official" state book. What's next? Sunday to be the "official" day of Rest? This is exactly what we will be seeing soon. -Advent Messenger Commentary


Shreveport Lawmaker Wants Bible as State Book
Feb. 27, 2014

Apparently not enough to have a state bird or state flower, Louisiana state Rep. Thomas Carmody of Shreveport wants a state book and he even has one in mind.

Associated Press reporter Melinda Deslatte tweeted today: "Rep. Thomas Carmody, R-Shreveport wants Louisiana to have an official state book: the Bible.''

The legislative session begins March 10 in Baton Rouge.


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