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Greg Laurie explains why the Bible is so offensive to many

In the weeks leading up to SoCal Harvest at Angel Stadium in Anaheim last month, some of our billboards in Southern California were taken down because the images were considered offensive. The offending image showed me holding up a Bible. The good news is that it became a national news story, and I was able to talk about the Bible all over America.

The fact that people say the image of a Bible is offensive speaks of the power of the Bible. If someone thinks the Bible is filled with myths or made-up stories or is full of contradictions, then why do they care if I believe in it? Why do they care if I even hold it up? The fact that someone would find such an image offensive is an acknowledgment of the power of the message that…

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Author: Lisa the Infidel

I am an #Infidel - born and bred North Carolina.

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