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Book Reveals Fetal Soup Served in Chinese Restaurants
LifeSiteNews ^ | 2/1/08 | Thaddeus M. Baklinski

Posted on 02/01/2008 5:34:42 PM PST by wagglebee

February 1, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Dr. Mark Miravalle's sobering book, The Seven Sorrows of China, gives, in heart-wrenching detail, accounts of the brutality of the one-child policy and its effects on the Chinese people.

Dr. Miravalle's account of his often intense experiences as he travels through modern China provides a disturbingly realistic picture of life outside of Beijing.

The following is an excerpt from Part III of Dr. Miravalle's book, entitled The Third Sorrow: Abortion Without Conscience: The Indoctrination of a Nation: "The most alarming," he writes, "the most depressing, the most Copernican revelation of all that I have been exposed to (including the yet more grisly examples to follow), is the repeated refrain that the great majority of the people in China have lost any concept that there is anything at all wrong with having an abortion. It is considered less significant than a flu shot, a minor procedure like going to the dentist, a simple solution to a simple problem that doesn't merit any soul searching for any alternative plans.

"China has become a nation who without conscience aborts their own future generations. And this is Satan's ultimate victory here. Is this conscience loss regarding the transcendent dignity and inherent right of human life to be blamed exclusively on atheistic Communism? Have not the recent influences of Western morals of secular humanism, materialism, hedonism, and ultimately unmitigated egoism, also contributed to this Chinese terrorism of the womb? In any case, the combination amounts to self-inflicted Chinese genocide, which so saddens the God that creates and loves the ethnical uniqueness of China.
 
"New macabre manifestations of this conscienceless abortion mentality include the recent opening of five restaurants in the region of X, which began serving 'fetal soup' at the price of 300 Yuan (approximately $40) a bowl! Recent medical publications have praised the exceptional health benefits for the consuming of 'fetal remains' (this jargon allows them to overlook what this really is-unborn baby bodies). Therefore, local entrepreneurs jumped on the opportunity to distribute this new health breakthrough to the chosen few who could afford the price. So evil and scandalous is this fetal soup trade that the Government shut down the Web sites advertising the restaurants, in fear that they would scandalize the reputation of the People's Republic to outside countries and businesses.

"Is it possible that the abortion holocaust and its rejection of life's sacred dignity has also contributed to the recent practice of 'ghost wives,' as recently reported in Chinese news sources? This is the practice of providing a woman's dead body to be buried with a deceased man so that the man will have company in the 'next life.' Distributors of the dead bodies of women found that men were willing to pay much more for a 'new' dead body of a woman, rather than one previously preserved. Murder of women from out-of-the-way places ensued to fill the new demand for the fresh ghost wives.
 
"When human life in the womb is not safe, no human life is safe. How can China regain the natural law dictates of conscience that tells every human heart that it is always wrong to directly kill an innocent human being, regardless of race, religion, health, age or location, including the womb (historically man's most secure location, and now his most dangerous)? Through God, through prayer, through education, and through the witness of individual heroes, saving one person, one unborn child, at a time.

This part of the book also goes on to describe more of the process of the one-child policy:
"A certificate of permission is required to have a baby in a Chinese hospital. The government tells you how many children you can have and when. In the city, married couples are limited to one child. In the farming regions a family, if the first child is a girl, can sometimes be permitted to try for a boy as a second child because of the need for boys on the farm. Even in this case, the government will control when they can try for the boy, with the requirement that it be at least five years after the first child. The Government also uses psychological pressure to keep the policy. If a couple in the country have only one child, then this child will probably be able to have two children. The policy varies from region to region.
 
"A couple must go to the hospital with their permission certificate to deliver their child. If they arrive at the hospital without the permission certificate, hospital officials contact the Population Police. At this point, the Police decide, based on the circumstances of the family and the history of the couple, what is to be the fate of the family. The child will be injected with poison on the spot. Or the couple will be fined and their home burnt down. Or the couple could lose their jobs, and in some cases, cause the loss of their employees' jobs (one teacher told me that if his wife didn't abort her second child, he and the school principal would both lose their jobs). One Protestant woman refused to abort her second child and lost her own job at the hospital she worked at. Still another possibility is that the child does not receive official recognition that it exists and does not receive the 'Chinese Social Security Card.' The child therefore is not technically a citizen, nor can he or she go to school or participate in any right of a citizen. One remedy is to try to find a retired and sympathetic midwife who can deliver the child at home. This saves the baby's life, but does not guarantee his registration.

The Seven Sorrows of China by Dr. Mark Miravalle is available from the publisher: Queenship Publishing Company (http://www.queenship.org/productdetails.cfm?sku=3102), other online booksellers, and Christian book stores.



TOPICS: Culture/Society; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: abortion; cannibalism; chicoms; china; cool; diversity; fetus; ghouls; mengele; moralabsolutes; prolife; soup
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This makes me want to vomit.
1 posted on 02/01/2008 5:34:44 PM PST by wagglebee
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2 posted on 02/01/2008 5:35:12 PM PST by wagglebee ("A political party cannot be all things to all people." -- Ronald Reagan, 3/1/75)
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3 posted on 02/01/2008 5:35:38 PM PST by wagglebee ("A political party cannot be all things to all people." -- Ronald Reagan, 3/1/75)
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To: wagglebee

Chinese needs to find Christ.


4 posted on 02/01/2008 5:36:56 PM PST by Always Right (Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor?)
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To: wagglebee
Snopes debunked this years ago.
5 posted on 02/01/2008 5:37:46 PM PST by mysterio
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To: TigerLikesRooster

China Ping


6 posted on 02/01/2008 5:38:22 PM PST by wagglebee ("A political party cannot be all things to all people." -- Ronald Reagan, 3/1/75)
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To: mysterio

Snopes said in 1995 that it was plausible, and it could have easily changed since then. It was not debunked in 1995, it simply wasn’t proven.


7 posted on 02/01/2008 5:40:47 PM PST by wagglebee ("A political party cannot be all things to all people." -- Ronald Reagan, 3/1/75)
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To: wagglebee

“Fresh ghost wives?”

“Fresh ghost wives?”

“Fresh ghost wives?”

I can not believe what I just read.


8 posted on 02/01/2008 5:45:04 PM PST by TruthConquers (Delendae sunt publici scholae)
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To: wagglebee
When I heard the story about the Islamists detonating mentally disabled girls this morning in Baghdad, I thought we had hit a bottom for evil. I should have known better. There are truly no limits to evil.


9 posted on 02/01/2008 5:45:40 PM PST by ConorMacNessa (HM/2 USN, 3rd Bn. 5th Marines, RVN 1969. St. Michael the Archangel defend us in battle!)
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To: wagglebee

It’s cannibalism.


10 posted on 02/01/2008 5:46:29 PM PST by Marysecretary (GOD IS STILL IN CONTROL.)
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To: wagglebee
Eating dead fetus is not uncommon in China.
11 posted on 02/01/2008 5:46:59 PM PST by TigerLikesRooster (kim jong-il, chia head, ppogri, In Grim Reaper we trust)
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To: wagglebee

I just don’t believe it. Reeks of urban legend.


12 posted on 02/01/2008 5:49:38 PM PST by mysterio
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To: Always Right

Chinese needs to find Christ.


They are...in the face of repression, but it’s happening.


13 posted on 02/01/2008 5:50:13 PM PST by eleni121 (+ En Touto Nika! By this sign conquer! + Constantine the Great)
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To: All

It fits the Klinton profile - pro-abort, and pro-China. Let’s see if anyone from the MSM asks Hillary her opinion of this practice.


14 posted on 02/01/2008 5:52:27 PM PST by SERKIT ("Blazing Saddles" explains it all.....)
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To: processing please hold; Borax Queen; yorkie

I’m left without words...truly, this abomination is akin to cannibalism.

It is these people who are getting American dollars through “free” trade....and are building up their military......


15 posted on 02/01/2008 5:56:19 PM PST by nicmarlo
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To: wagglebee; mysterio

You’re right wagglebee, this has not been debunked. First it addresses Taiwan over ten years ago while this article is about mainland China. It also mentions that the reason they consider it a non story was that someone told the Clinton administration to look into it and nothing was done or mentioned.

We know how close the Clintons are with the Red Chinese. They would do anything to spare the Chinese a little embarrassment while getting themselves a few extra campaign bucks. (This occurred in 1995.) And with all we know about how enthusiastically they went after Bin Laden, I’m sure we can trust the legendary Clinton inaction to mean there’s nothing at all to this story. /sarcasm off

I don’t believe anything the Red Chinese say, and if the Clintons are their alibi, I know the story must be true.


16 posted on 02/01/2008 6:00:21 PM PST by Waryone
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To: wagglebee

As of 2001 they say it’s false.


17 posted on 02/01/2008 6:00:48 PM PST by SlapHappyPappy
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To: Waryone

Urban legends evolve.


18 posted on 02/01/2008 6:02:20 PM PST by mysterio
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To: mysterio
Urban legends evolve.

While the Clintons remain the same. Snopes needs to come up with more reliable proof than Bill Clinton's response or lack there of.

19 posted on 02/01/2008 6:06:46 PM PST by Waryone
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To: mysterio
I just don’t believe it. Reeks of urban legend

Try this link, sport.

http://www.geocities.com/orthopapism/anthropophagy3.html

20 posted on 02/01/2008 6:08:01 PM PST by Bedford Forrest (Roger, Contact, Judy, Out. Fox One. Splash one.<I>)
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To: wagglebee

China and other countries, including the US, has had instances of cannibalism. The History Channel did a show on this.

The red flag on the this story is the location called “Region X.” Is this a mythical place? Without a specific location, how can the story be verified?

There are tons of westerners living in China. Shanghai alone has about 2 million on any given day. There are millions more spread throughout China. Many of them speak and read Chinese. Someone would have noticed.

This just doesn’t pass the smell test. Give me a specific location with independent witnesses and I will reconsider. I would even go there myself on one of my trips to China to check it out first hand.


21 posted on 02/01/2008 6:10:15 PM PST by Dutch Boy
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To: wagglebee

Stem cells.

Same as what so many researchers want to do here.

The bright side is that Christ is slowing winning in China. There are probably more Christians in China than in the US.


22 posted on 02/01/2008 6:12:30 PM PST by redgolum ("God is dead" -- Nietzsche. "Nietzsche is dead" -- God.)
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23 posted on 02/01/2008 6:23:09 PM PST by JACKRUSSELL
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To: wagglebee
Prosecute Bill Clinton and Bernie Schwartz for treason (now that they've enabled China to develop working ICBM's.)

NO cheers, unfortunately.

24 posted on 02/01/2008 6:26:11 PM PST by grey_whiskers (The opinions are solely those of the author and are subject to change without notice.)
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To: wagglebee

“Soylent Yellow”


25 posted on 02/01/2008 6:27:33 PM PST by grey_whiskers (The opinions are solely those of the author and are subject to change without notice.)
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To: wagglebee

“Have not the recent influences of Western morals of secular humanism, materialism, hedonism, and ultimately unmitigated egoism, also contributed to this Chinese terrorism of the womb?”

I do not believe this can be placed at our door. The oriental has always valued life by a medium of exchange that is beyond the comprehension of the Judeo-Christian. In this regard we are a little ethno-centric. Judeo-Christian beliefs are really outside of the mainstream of humanity: brutality is not an aberation; it is the norm, and nearly every place else in the world life has a price that can be measured in gold, or it has no value at all. This is why we value the glimpse of wisdom God has given us, and the nation and means to protect it. This is why our beliefs are deservedly cherished and why there is an America. That is the difference.


26 posted on 02/01/2008 6:28:30 PM PST by Spok
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To: mysterio

The starving North Koreans are digging up the newly buried and selling the parts in open air markets so it’s not outside the realm of possibility.


27 posted on 02/01/2008 6:56:47 PM PST by Rocketwolf68 (Bring back the crusades)
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To: wagglebee
I’m inclined to believe that most people wouldn’t want to cannibalize human babies. However, given the sheer number of state mandated abortions in China coupled with what is perceived as (correct me if I’m wrong) their propensity to eat anything. What happens to tens of millions of infant corpses?
28 posted on 02/01/2008 7:02:33 PM PST by kinoxi
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To: eleni121

So true. China is changing. Christianity is booming there, as it is throughout much of the so-called “Global South.” As Christianity dies in the U.S. and is all but dead in Europe, it is growing by leaps and bounds in other parts of the globe. It makes me deeply sad that so many Americans have turned their backs on Christ, but there are many, many people around the world who are experiencing God in new, deep and profound ways and they will be blessed.


29 posted on 02/01/2008 7:02:54 PM PST by Gunder
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To: JACKRUSSELL

ThanksJACKRUSSELL “New macabre manifestations of this conscienceless abortion mentality include the recent opening of five restaurants in the region of X, which began serving ‘fetal soup’ at the price of 300 Yuan (approximately $40) a bowl! Recent medical publications have praised the exceptional health benefits for the consuming of ‘fetal remains’ (this jargon allows them to overlook what this really is-unborn baby bodies). Therefore, local entrepreneurs jumped on the opportunity to distribute this new health breakthrough to the chosen few who could afford the price. So evil and scandalous is this fetal soup trade that the Government shut down the Web sites advertising the restaurants, in fear that they would scandalize the reputation of the People’s Republic to outside countries and businesses.


30 posted on 02/01/2008 7:05:55 PM PST by fatima
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To: mysterio

North Koreans are literally starving to death, and I wouldn’t be surprised if many Chinese are in similar circumstances in parts of the vast country. Don’t believe this, however it wouldn’t at all surprise me if it were true either.

The people of Stlaingrad faced mass starvation in the seige inflicted by the nazis and resorted to cannibalism.

I read about a journalist that witnessed thugs hacking the arms off a teenage girl in Africa, and cooked her arms over a fire and ate them in front of her while she died nearby.

It’s out there. (In more ways than one!)


31 posted on 02/01/2008 7:13:31 PM PST by tpanther
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To: mysterio

North Koreans are literally starving to death, and I wouldn’t be surprised if many Chinese are in similar circumstances in parts of the vast country. Don’t believe this, however it wouldn’t at all surprise me if it were true either.

The people of Stlaingrad faced mass starvation in the seige inflicted by the nazis and resorted to cannibalism.

I read about a journalist that witnessed thugs hacking the arms off a teenage girl in Africa, and cooked her arms over a fire and ate them in front of her while she died nearby.

It’s out there. (In more ways than one!)


32 posted on 02/01/2008 7:17:19 PM PST by tpanther
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To: mysterio

North Koreans are literally starving to death, and I wouldn’t be surprised if many Chinese are in similar circumstances in parts of the vast country. Don’t believe this, however it wouldn’t at all surprise me if it were true either.

The people of Stlaingrad faced mass starvation in the seige inflicted by the nazis and resorted to cannibalism.

I read about a journalist that witnessed thugs hacking the arms off a teenage girl in Africa, and cooked her arms over a fire and ate them in front of her while she died nearby.

It’s out there. (In more ways than one!)


33 posted on 02/01/2008 7:18:51 PM PST by tpanther
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To: Nightshift; tutstar

gnip...


34 posted on 02/01/2008 7:20:12 PM PST by tutstar (Baptist Ping list - freepmail me to get on or off.)
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To: mysterio

North Koreans are literally starving to death, and I wouldn’t be surprised if many Chinese are in similar circumstances in parts of the vast country. Don’t believe this, however it wouldn’t at all surprise me if it were true either.

The people of Stlaingrad faced mass starvation in the seige inflicted by the nazis and resorted to cannibalism.

I read about a journalist that witnessed thugs hacking the arms off a teenage girl in Africa, and cooked her arms over a fire and ate them in front of her while she died nearby.

It’s out there. (In more ways than one!)


35 posted on 02/01/2008 7:20:42 PM PST by tpanther
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To: mysterio

I wonder ... just how accurate is snopes?


36 posted on 02/01/2008 7:21:18 PM PST by RobinOfKingston (Man, that's stupid ... even by congressional standards.)
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To: wagglebee

Is there any evidence to support this? Simply saying it’s happening isn’t evidence.

Where are the deliveries of fetuses to restaurants? How does this happen?

The Chinese eat gross stuff, but I’m not buying this one without a lot more evidence than offered here.


37 posted on 02/01/2008 7:25:42 PM PST by Dog Gone
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To: wagglebee

“Have not the recent influences of Western morals of secular humanism, materialism, hedonism, and ultimately unmitigated egoism, also contributed to this Chinese terrorism of the womb?”

Dream on. Evil exist aplenty outside of the West, so blaming on our own homegrown freaks just serves to diminish the fact that there are plenty of non-Western barbarians.


38 posted on 02/01/2008 7:36:17 PM PST by Harrius Magnus (Pucker up Mo, and your dhimmi Leftist freaks, here comes your Jizya!)
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To: RobinOfKingston

Good question. I’m not sure how they check urban legends.


39 posted on 02/01/2008 7:42:58 PM PST by mysterio
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To: wagglebee
There are also positive forces at work in China:

CHINESE GOVERNMENT RETHINKS RELIGION

[The number of religious believers in China has long been difficult to determine. Faced with the party’s traditional hostility, many believers have kept their faith hidden. But a government-sponsored survey last year found the number may reach 300 million, nearly a quarter of the population.]

[Most of those professing belief said they identified with China’s traditional religions, such as Buddhism, Taoism and Islam. But those identifying themselves as Christians accounted for as many as 40 million, the survey found, most of them Protestants. Specialists have estimated the number of Catholics at 12 million, divided between those in Liu’s government-sponsored Patriotic Catholic Association and those in informal churches who look on the pope as their leader.]

[”Religion has become such an important concept in China that the party can no longer try to understand it in the traditional Marxist framework,” said Chan Kim-kwong, executive secretary of the Hong Kong Christian Council.]

http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/life/religion/5486863.html

40 posted on 02/01/2008 7:55:49 PM PST by Brad from Tennessee ("A politician can't give you anything he hasn't first stolen from you.")
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To: wagglebee

Makes me want to vomit also, thanks for the ping JAck.


41 posted on 02/01/2008 8:14:16 PM PST by sweetiepiezer (GO MITT........GO MITT..........GO MITT...........)
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To: wagglebee

hard to swallow!


42 posted on 02/01/2008 9:58:27 PM PST by GeronL
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To: tpanther

“North Koreans are literally starving to death, and I wouldn’t be surprised if many Chinese are in similar circumstances in parts of the vast country. Don’t believe this, however it wouldn’t at all surprise me if it were true either.”

No idea whether it’s true or not, but the article doesn’t say it’s the starving eating this. It says people are paying $40 a bowl for it.


43 posted on 02/01/2008 10:04:28 PM PST by gracesdad
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To: gracesdad

Yup, which DOES make one wonder what in the world the starving are eating!


44 posted on 02/01/2008 10:18:23 PM PST by tpanther
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To: wagglebee
Pinged from Terri Dailies

8mm


45 posted on 02/02/2008 4:01:12 AM PST by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: wagglebee
And I always thought Sweeney Todd was just a sick fantasy from Victorian England.

Mrs Lovett's Meat Pies, anybody?

 

 

 

 

What a disgusting article.

46 posted on 02/02/2008 6:11:12 AM PST by markomalley (Extra ecclesiam nulla salus)
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To: Dog Gone

On the other hand, that type of attitude is why the Hollocaust went on for as long as it did. People said, “it’s not our problem” or “there’s no way that is true, people wouldn’t do things like that” and then they didn’t bother with it.


47 posted on 02/02/2008 6:24:27 AM PST by micheknows (there is no authority except from God, & the authorities that exist are appointed by God Rom 13:1)
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48 posted on 02/02/2008 6:26:26 AM PST by narses (...the spirit of Trent is abroad once more.)
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To: Always Right

There are likely more authentic Christians in China than there are in the USA, according to many ‘aware’ estimates.


49 posted on 02/02/2008 6:44:09 AM PST by Quix (GOD ALONE IS GOD; WORTHY; PAID THE PRICE; IS COMING AGAIN; KNOWS ALL; IS LOVING; IS ALTOGETHER GOOD)
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To: Always Right

And, in many respects, I was freer to answer Questions about Christianity there in a major university than I am here, in the USA, at a college.


50 posted on 02/02/2008 6:45:16 AM PST by Quix (GOD ALONE IS GOD; WORTHY; PAID THE PRICE; IS COMING AGAIN; KNOWS ALL; IS LOVING; IS ALTOGETHER GOOD)
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