Harlequin 451

December 5, 2009

New Title: You Never Know With People Who Have A Different Gender

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December 5, 2009

Blessed are the conservative in Bible translation

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The Gospel of Luke records that, as he was dying on the cross, Jesus showed his boundless mercy by praying for his killers this way: “Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do.”

Not so fast, say contributors to the Conservative Bible Project.

The project, an online effort to create a Bible suitable for contemporary conservative sensibilities, claims Jesus’ quote is a disputed addition abetted by liberal biblical scholars, even if it appears in some form in almost every translation of the Bible.

They’d fit right into Harlequin’s twisted Editorial Department!

And get this:

The best of the public is better than a group of experts.

I hope that’s the kind of health care you wind up with, you imbecile. Your swift death by the hand of likewise incompetency would improve the human race!

Previously here:

Harlequin: Saving Readers From Writers
Writer James Hadley Chase eBooks Coming!