Military Logos No Longer Allowed on Troop Bibles

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The publishing arm of the Southern Baptist Convention can no longer use military logos on its Bibles for service members.

According to Lifeway Christian Resources spokesman Marty King, the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines have revoked their authorization to use official service emblems on the Scriptures.

The Military Religious Freedom Foundation threatened to sue, claiming that allowing the logos to be placed on Bibles violates the Constitution.

Special Bibles for military members will now bear a generic logo.

King added that the military Bibles "continue to sell well and provide spiritual guidance and comfort to those who serve."

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