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As wisely and eloquently stated by English author Edward Bulwer-Lytton in his 1839 play, Richelieu; Or the Conspiracy, “the pen is mightier than the sword,” this adage holds that the written word is a powerful tool in the transmission of ideas. Why else would oppressive regimes and other ruthless upholders of the status quo engage in censorship and book burning throughout the ages? For example, Pope Gregory IX in 1239, in his quest to maintain the Catholic Church’s economic and...

An Iowa judge has refused to dismiss charges against anti-LGBTQ Christian Paul Dorr for his burning of four LGBTQ children’s library books during a 27-minute October 2018 Facebook video rant. Dorr — the founder of Rescue the Perishing, a group “contending against moral evil to advance the Kingdom of Christ” — had criminal charges filed against him by the Orange City Public Library in December 2018 after he checked out four LGBTQ-inclusive kids books and set them aflame on Facebook...

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