Daily Archives: December 1, 2008

Gay Bible angers Christians

The Guardian - December 1, 2008 – By Alison Flood.

A gay version of the Bible, in which God says it is better to be gay than straight, is to be published by an American film producer.

New Mexico-based Revision Studios will publish The Princess Diana Bible – so named because of Diana’s “many good works”, it says – online at princessdianabible.com in spring 2009. A preview of Genesis is already available, in which instead of creating Adam and Eve, God creates Aida and Eve.

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Norwegian crown princess gets award for combating HIV/AIDS

Oslo - Norwegian Crown Princess Mette-Marit was Monday awarded the country's Plussprisen prize for her efforts to combat HIV/AIDS. The prize - announced in connection with World AIDS day - was awarded by the Norwegian group HivNorway that was formed ...

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Earth Times – December 1, 2008.

Oslo – Norwegian Crown Princess Mette-Marit was Monday awarded the country’s Plussprisen prize for her efforts to combat HIV/AIDS. The prize – announced in connection with World AIDS day – was awarded by the Norwegian group HivNorway that was formed to safeguard the rights and interests of people infected and affected by HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.

 

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This week in pictures (Dec. 1 to Dec. 8)

Princess Mathilde of Belgium delivers a speech during the 2008 Princess Mathilde Prize (worth 10.000 euros) ceremony which awarded two Anderlecht's parents network, "Mijn mama is een speelvogel" ('My mum is a game bird', name of a kindergarten) and "Garderie parentale" at the Royal Palace in Brussels on December 3, 2008. This year's theme was 'To support parents in children and young people education'. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.

Princess Mathilde of Belgium delivers a speech during the 2008 Princess Mathilde Prize (worth 10.000 euros) ceremony which awarded two Anderlecht's parents network, "Mijn mama is een speelvogel" ('My mum is a game bird', name of a kindergarten) and "Garderie parentale" at the Royal Palace in Brussels on December 3, 2008. This year's theme was 'To support parents in children and young people education'. (Getty image)

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