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  • The family members who founded Hobby Lobby craft stores are born-again believers. The president, Steve Green, is passionate about the scriptures and plans to establish a Bible museum to display rare books and manuscripts from around the world.
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  • The family members who founded Hobby Lobby craft stores are born-again believers. The president, Steve Green, is passionate about the scriptures and plans to establish a Bible museum to display rare books and manuscripts from around the world.
    He said, "We are interested in encouraging people to consider what (the Bible) has to say. The goal is to create a museum around the story of the Bible. No book has been persecuted or loved as much. Its story needs to be told."
    An article in the Mail Tribune tells how the present regime mandated that they provide insurance for some procedures that are not in keeping with a Christian's convictions. They even went so far as to fine them one million dollars a day if they don't comply.
    Then there is another job-killing story in the Trib about another Maryland company. Because this business owner is opposed to same-sex marriages, he is closing his wedding trolley tour business. As a Christian he is walking away from $50,000 a year revenue rather than compromise his convictions. This president would rather close down or heavily fine a business. This government is turning the belief system on its ear. — Huntley Barns, Medford
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