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The Bible is one of the two or three oldest books in the world, but unlike most of the ancient books, it is found not only in great libraries, but in almost every home of the civilized world; and it is not only studied by learned scholars, but read by the common people; and its many stories grasp and hold the attention of little children.

Here we present two public domain books of bible stories: The Wonder Book of Bible Stories, edited and arranged by Logan Marshall, and Bible Stories and Religious Classics, by Phillip P. Wells. We will add more bible stories to this site in the future!

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DeLand's religion column is flawed
Dave DeLand's column, “Religion isn't a license to kill,” is logically and historically flawed. First, it is hardly analogous, and nearly ludicrous, to compare a handful of serial killers raised in Christian homes to the thousands — if not millions ...

New Platform Beckons For Religious Scholars And Communities
At first look, I thought the new Deily.org site was aimed at the same market as Patheos, the popular platform for readers of all faiths and none to engage in discussion about religion and society. But Deily, which plays on the Latin word for God, is ...

In Japan and elsewhere, religion failed us
Could I just add a couple of points in response to Trevor Royle's excellent piece on the Japanese war (A Time To Forgive?, Essay, August 16)? The first is that in Japan, religion has failed in its essential purpose which should be to improve human ...

Faith Forum: Can religion tackle all problems?
Per a Gallup survey last year, 57 percent of Americans say that religion can answer all or most of today's problems, while 30 percent say that religion is largely old-fashioned and out-of-date. Americans have in recent decades become gradually less ...

A Point of View: Does atheism have to be anti-religious?
We tend to understand atheism as a war between religion and science - but in earlier times atheism was both more complex and more rich, says philosopher John Gray. In recent years we've come to think of atheism as an evangelical creed not unlike ...

Advocate Faith editor wins national religion writers award
Victoria Advocate Faith editor Jennifer Preyss was among the top religion reporters in the nation honored Saturday night at the annual Religion Newswriters Association awards ceremony in Philadelphia. Preyss was named the association's 2015 Cassels ...

CRAIG GROESCHEL: Christians, Here's Why We're Losing Our Religion
You see, religion alone can only take a person so far. Religion can make us nice, but only Christ can make us new. Religion focuses on outward behavior. Relationship is an inward transformation. Religion focuses on what I do, while relationship centers ...

Religion: Why do so few find happiness?
Everyone wants to be happy. At least you would think so. But few, it seems, truly find it. Even our American founding fathers stopped short of making any guarantees where happiness is concerned. They merely included, as one of our inalienable rights ...

Family life: a secret archive discovered, Losing My Religion by REM and ...
Family life: a secret archive discovered, Losing My Religion by REM and ...

Religion page should cover people of many faiths — or no faith
Larry Blandino greeted the Religion section enthusiastically but assumed apparently that it would be a forum for the promotion of Christian and Jewish faith. He objects to the inclusion of a report about an atheist conference although nearly 25 percent ...

New state law allows religion-based building permit waivers
The chairman of Columbia County's town of Scott said he's never yet had an Amish resident ask for a religious waiver from building permit requirements. But if that should ever happen, Scott Town Chairman James Nelson said he can now provide the home ...

Religion and faith: Classes on Tibetan Buddhism to begin
The Awam Tibetan Buddhist Institute, 3400 E. Speedway, will begin a core curriculum of eight, six-week classes on the essentials of Tibetan Buddhism. A six-week session begins 9 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 6 at the institute or online. Class content includes ...

Children's Museum explores religion through 'Sacred Journeys'
Up the stairs and a few steps beyond the mezzanine, visitors at the Indianapolis Children's Museum find will themselves immersed in a sea of color. White robes, blue water, gold thrones and red dye come together in a new 7,000-square-foot exhibit that ...

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The Wonder Book of Bible Stories

edited and arranged by
LOGAN MARSHALL


Bible Stories and Religious Classics

by Philip P. Wells


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