USA Today – New U.S. law will force Bible texts to be read online.
The law, signed by President Donald Trump, will require religious websites to include the text in an online version.
The text would then be downloaded to a computer for viewing.
A religious website could use the law as an opportunity to promote the bible.
The law was written by Rep. Peter Roskam (R-Ill.), who is the chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee.
The new law is intended to combat the spread of a religion that uses the Bible as a book of prophesies and statements of faith.
The proposed law also gives a full exemption from the requirement that religious websites include the bible text in their online versions, according to a statement from Roskamp.
The bill requires that religious sites that wish to include the bible text, which has been the case for decades, must first obtain permission from the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
A religious site could also choose to include only the Bible text, or the text of other works that do not have religious content, such as the Quran, the Bible, the Book of Mormon, the New Testament, or Christian scriptures, Roskamps statement said.
The bill is currently pending in the U.
S Senate and has not yet gone to a vote.
The U.N. General Assembly passed the same law last year, but the House did not have the votes.