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Pope Francis suggests rewording the Lord's Prayer. The problem? 'Lead us not into temptation'

Pope Francis suggests rewording the Lord's Prayer. The problem? 'Lead us not into temptation'

Pope Francis has called for a rewriting of the Lord’s Prayer, saying the current translation gives God a bad name and, essentially, does not give the devil his due.

Described in the Bible as a prayer taught by Jesus, the Lord’s Prayer is viewed in the catechism of the Roman Catholic Church as “the summary of the whole gospel."

Used by Catholics, Protestants and Orthodox Christians, the prayer is common ground for churches, which have historically fought over theology, and it can be recited by heart by millions around the world.

But in a TV interview this week, Pope Francis said...

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