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"[It] makes a dramatic statement that the establishment of the Church of England in the 'new world' was far more in the forefront of the colonists' thinking than [thought]."
William M. Kelso, chief archaeologist for the Jamestown Rediscovery Archaeological Project, on the discovery of a 64-by-24-foot church at the site. It would be the oldest Protestant church site in America.
The Free Lance-Star

"And with your spirit."
The new English Roman Missal for the Roman Catholic Church, replacing the congregational response, "And also with you." The translation of the creeds and other texts were also significantly changed.
USCCB.org

"The campus police … benefit Davidson's secular rather than religious activities."
The North Carolina Supreme Court, explaining that Davidson College wasn't violating the First Amendment when the Presbyterian Church (USA)-affiliated school's police force arrested a woman for driving while impaired.
NCCourts.org

"I am so grateful for Christianity Today because it has stayed true … to the gospel from that day [I founded it] to this."
Billy Graham, meeting with the magazine's board and leadership.
Christianity Today

"What is this 'mac and cheese'? Is that a black thing?"
Pat Robertson, to his cohost, after former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice mentioned her family's love for the dish at Thanksgiving.
The 700 Club


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