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Baby Seven Billion: A Priceless Gift

Behold, children are a gift of the LORD, The fruit of the womb is a reward. Like arrows in the hand of a warrior, So are the children of one’s youth. How blessed is the man whose quiver is full of them; They will not be ashamed When they speak with their enemies in the […]

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Friends in High Places: Indulgences and the Communion of Saints

It is probable that there is among Protestants a more obstinate—for I really must say so—a more complete misunderstanding on this point of doctrine than on any other. I say “obstinate” for the truth on this point has been stated so repeatedly that it seems impossible that it should not have been, at least to […]

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All Tatted Up, Mattel’s Barbie Flaunts “Body Art”

“Boys and girls, Barbie has made a terrible mistake.” I don’t know what else you could say to a wide-eyed little girl who can’t wait to get her very own “Tokidoki Barbie,” Mattel’s latest release in the specialty doll line. Alas, the toy company’s buxom beauty has gotten tatted up.  And it’s not just one […]

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WJBK: After 24 Years, Jesus Be Kind!

On October 24, 1948, television station WJBK began broadcasting to the Detroit Metro area as a Dumont Network affiliate, owned by George B. Storer.  In 1949, WJBK was the first station in Michigan to produce live telecasts of Detroit Lions and Detroit Tigers games.  In 1952, Dumont Network went out of business and the station […]

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WILL WORK FOR FOOD. Innovative Restaurants Serve Up Dinner With Dignity

A man’s gotta eat, right? In an economic downturn, that’s sometimes difficult. Some people who are willing to work find that there are no jobs available. Stepping in to help put food on the table are a plethora cialis online without prescription of community food banks, soup kitchens, government assistance programs, and charitable assistance programs. […]

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