Credit card stolen from church used to buy Bible studies

AP, Feb. 25, 2003

Elizabethtown, Kentucky-AP — A credit card stolen from a Kentucky church may have been put to spiritual use.Cecil Turner of Louisville has entered a plea of innocent to charges that he broke into at least three churches in Elizabethtown where money and the credit card were stolen.

Police say the charge card was used at a nearby Christian Bookstore.

The bookstore’s manager says it was used to buy several copies of a Bible study called “Making Peace With Your Past” and a followup study called “Moving Beyond Your Past.”

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