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Monday, 14 July 2008

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Christians all over the world are rejoicing in the launch of a new online Bible that can be edited to suit whatever they choose to believe in, at that point.

'It's great,' said Lewis Ronson, 59, a lisping, Christian from Brighton. 'I am a screaming homosexual but have been able to go through the entire bible adding the words 'including poofs'. The sermon on the mount makes a lot more sense to me now.'

The move has brought great relief to an ailing christian movement. 'We can change the word of god whenever science disproves any of our mad theories' said The Archbishop of Slough. ' Creationists just love this handy tool. We can also focus less on things like forgiveness and alleviating poverty by just deleting them and put in more things encouraging people to give the church money.'

Users can check who made the most recent edits and discuss in-depth theological issues or spend their time arguing about whether Jesus could have been a Japanese superhero.

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