Newsweek targets Christians

December 31, 2014

USA (MNN) — Christians are under attack in the United States. This time it comes in the form of a Newsweek cover story. According to the article, evangelical Christians have a gross misunderstanding about what the Bible actually says. The lengthy piece muses that Scripture is written by men, full of mistakes and meanings misguided. Wayne Pederson, President of Reach Beyond, says, “The article was not balanced, not objective, not good journalism. They quoted only critics of the Bible, not scholars that have studied the Bible.”

 

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