Suppose someone had a program on radio where they just read the Bible aloud, from day to day, perhaps beginning on the first day of the year, and continuing to read from day to day until they had read through the whole Bible, and finished the final words of the Bible, perhaps, on the last day of the year. No commentary, just reading aloud the text, over the “public” air waves.
Would that be construed as hate speech, in the proposed legislation being discussed by lawmakers?
There are several English translations of the Bible in common use.
Would changing from one version to another lead to a court battle over which translation the aggrieved party considered the most, or least hateful?
Would the translators, themselves, be held liable?