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Ethics: Government and Citizenship (Part 4)
This world is filled with evil, and it can be a very dangerous place. April 04, 1965: U.P.I. reported, “For the past 5,500 years, the world has known only some 300 years of peace. Since 3,600 B.C, there have been … Continue reading
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Why I Believe –The Bible (Part 1)
The Bible claims to be inspired of God. Over 2700 times the Bible says, “Thus says the Lord” or “The Lord said” or “The word of the Lord” or the same similar claim to the message being from God. God … Continue reading