"I couldn't look at him or speak to him for about a week, because I knew from reading his books that he understood human nature horribly well, and I just thought, He will know all my faults, all my nasty little foibles. I felt completely exposed."
Jill Freud, née June Flewett, who stayed with C. S. Lewis at the Kilns during the Blitz of World War II. She is thought to be the inspiration for Narnia's Lucy and says she didn't realize at first that "Jack" Lewis was the author.
"The right way to approach the Holy Scriptures is not by pulling your pants down."
Winfried Roehmel, spokesman for the Catholic Archdiocese of Munich, on Katzwang Evangelical Youth's Bible calendar, which includes several nude photographs.
"I have got a child now that I wasn't planning to have, and I believe the hospital should take some responsibility for that. … I still don't know if, or what, I am going to tell Jayde when the time comes."
Stacy Dow, of Perth, Scotland, who is suing a hospital for £250,000 because her daughter, now 4, was not aborted along with her twin.
"We have addressed the seminal question of whether ID is science. We have concluded that it is not and, moreover, that ID cannot uncouple itself from its creationist, and thus religious, antecedents."
Judge John Jones, ruling that Intelligent Design may not be promoted in science classes.


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Sources: The Telegraph, Ananova, BBC (also quoted in The Guardian), U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania.

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