Hotel replaces Bibles with ’Fifty Shades of Grey’

Hotel replaces Bibles with ’Fifty Shades of Grey’

This story speaks for itself.  Wow!  Wholly inappropriate to have the Bible in people's private bedrooms?  I thought that was where liberals demanded religion be kept; not out in public.  

I disagree wholeheartedly.  The Bible is a great thing to have in one's life, whether in the living room, in your desk at work, in your locker at school, your car's glove compartment and most certainly in your bedroom.  Isn't the privacy of the bedroom where God can have the most impact and the person is the most genuine before Him?  How may people have cried secret tears in the bedchamber?  Perhaps this is part of the reason Jesus encouraged people to enter into their "closet," i.e. a private room, to pray to God?  Unlike the hypocrites who prayed loud, eloquent, long public prayers, the private prayer "closet" allowed for authentic fellowship and openness before God.  See Matthew 6 for more.

What do you think?

In a somewhat related story, another U.K. hotel replaced Bibles with Kindles.  

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