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Bible-themed card game a big hit among non-Christians in Japan
"The Bible Hunter" seeks to introduce young people to the most famous Biblical stories with Christ, the apostles, the patriarchs and prophets. Endorsed by the Japan Bible Society, it is in anime style. So far, two instalments have been released. Its creator "would be happy to see the universal values found in Christianity spreading into society, albeit slightly."
Tokyo: Non believers among 2,000 participants in bible forum
The event, the first ever of its kind in the country, was organized by the Japan Bible Society. Experts on the bible came from across the world to attend.
27/10/2010 HONG KONG – CHINA
New Chinese Bible between censorship and unity
After 91 years, the Hong Kong Bible Society releases a new revised translation of the sacred text. Christians from all confessional backgrounds as well as members of mainland China’s State Administration for Religious Affairs took part in the endeavour. Government censorship shapes updating archaic terms.
17/11/2016 14:03:00 CHINA
About 150 million Bibles printed in China in 30 years
The Holy Scriptures are now available in more than 100 languages and distributed in more than 70 countries. The Amity Printing Co., a joint venture between the Amity Foundation and the United Bible Societies, turns 30.
Filipino Church inviting the faithful to study the Bible
Under the slogan “May They Be One”, the bishops plan to promote reading and better understanding of the Word of God as well as urge Catholics to put its teachings into practice. The plan is inspired by the General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops scheduled for Rome next October.
Pauline Sisters make Bible available on mobile phone
The Sisters have made their internet site accessible for mobile phones.
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