Thursday, November 6, 2008

Tidbits from today's AP "Religion news in brief"

Want a Christian-themed license plate for your car? You can get one in South Carolina... at least, that is, until and unless the courts decide it violates church-state separation laws.

Want to read your Hebrew prayers on your BlackBerry? For $30 you can download the JewBerry software. Yeshiva University President said, "I love it, because now I can not only look how the market is doing, but I can also say my evening prayers."

See the full AP news brief here. You can read about the 8th-grader sent home for dressing like Jesus on Halloween, about a ruling that keeps crosses on a city's logo, or, on a more serious note, about the Dalai Lama's deteriorating hopes for Tibet.

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