Here's how persecuted Christians could print their own Bibles
July 2, 2015
Persecuted Christians unable to access the Bible could soon be able to print their own with a new program facilitated by Wycliffe Associates. Digital printing systems provided by the US-based organisation will allow those in countries hostile to Christianity to publish the text in their own language.
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