Rolling Stone relents, allows Bible ad

The editors of Rolling Stone magazine have reversed their previous decision to reject an ad for a new translation of the Bible.
Two weeks ago, Rolling Stone informed publishing company Zondervan that its policy is not to accept ads for religious materials.
Zondervan, which is a division of HarperCollins and the largest publisher of Bibles in the U.S., had planned to advertise a new edition of the Bible aimed specifically at young people, called Today’s New International Version. It had purchased the space in the magazine several months ago.
CBC News: Rolling Stone relents, allows Bible ad

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