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Bible League.

Traces its origin to Good Friday, April 15, 1938, when Wm. Chapman (a real estate agent in Chicago, Illinois) and his wife Betty began to distribute Bibles to Bibleless homes in Walkerton, Indiana, free on promise that the Bibles would be read. Motto: A Bible for Every Bibleless Home in the World. Active in ca. 50 countries. Name changed from World Home Bible League to Bible League in May 1989.


Edited by: Erwin L. Lueker, Luther Poellot, Paul Jackson
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