Wed., May 15, 2013 12:00pm (EDT)

Bibles Removed From State Parks' Lodges
By Associated Press
Updated: 11 months ago

ATLANTA  —  
A Georgia Department of Natural Resources spokesman said that after a resident expressed concerns, management directed state parks’ staff to remove Bibles from cabins and lodge rooms until managers can fully investigate the issue and make an informed decision. (Photo Courtesy of <a href=http://www.flickr.com/photos/stian_olsen/2576262612/>Stian Olsen via Flickr</a>.)
A Georgia Department of Natural Resources spokesman said that after a resident expressed concerns, management directed state parks’ staff to remove Bibles from cabins and lodge rooms until managers can fully investigate the issue and make an informed decision. (Photo Courtesy of Stian Olsen via Flickr.)
Georgia parks officials say they've ordered that Bibles be removed from guest rooms at state lodges and cabins across the state.

The order came after a resident expressed concerns.

A Georgia Department of Natural Resources spokesman said that after the resident expressed concerns, management directed the staff to remove the Bibles from cabins and lodge rooms until managers can fully investigate the issue and make an informed decision.

The station reports that the DNR has not set a timetable for a final decision on allowing Bibles in state park guest rooms.