Thursday, July 17, 2008

Man Sues Bible Publisher

Michigan resident, Bradley L. Fowler, has filed a law suit claiming that Zondervan acted with Malicious Negligence, Breach of Duty, Malice, and Violation of Civil Rights guaranteed by the US Constitution.

What did the Bible publishing company do to merit these accusations?

Zondervan published different translations of the Bible. In one version, I Corinthians 6:9 uses the term "homosexual offenders" and in another version it uses the term "sodomites."

Mr. Fowler will need to appeal this to a Higher Authority than the District Court of Eastern Michigan, Southern Division.


Leonard said...

I think that's ridiculous. I've read that verse in the Bible and seriously... inherit the kingdom of God? :S and why should gay people not do so? And what about lesbians? And hasn't that michigan guy better things to do than comparing Bible translations? R:I:D:I:C:U:L:O:U:S!

Alice C. Linsley said...

Some activists will use every opportunity to strike against their perceived enemies. Then again, this man may only be hoping to win some cash.

I agree that this is a ridiculous waste of the Court's time.