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PetriFB
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Finland
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Posted - 19 Feb 2016 :  12:21:07  Show Profile  Click to see PetriFB's MSN Messenger address  Reply with Quote
Tom H. C. Anderson's study conclusions that the Bible is more violent than the Quran is not true, because the different study proves that the Quran is a more violent book than the Bible.

More info: http://www.kotipetripaavola.com/biblequranviolence.html

Manuel
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USA
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Posted - 19 Feb 2016 :  13:35:07  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Grettings PetriFB,
It is obvious that discernment has not reached righteously through your eyes and ears yet, making such comparisons, and not even including the Marxist "bible" in the mix.

There is hope, of course, if you are willing to strive in "Seeking His Kingdom and His Righteousness" in the true sense of what it means.

Blessings,
Manuel
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Manuel
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USA
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Posted - 20 Feb 2016 :  10:03:06  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
02/19/2016 Friday - Brother Gregory Williams was the guest on The Ochelli Effect actually explaining how there is a massive benefit to free will charity for mankind and how The modern echo of the Roman Empire is decaying and falling once more. Brother Gregory can be found at http://www.hisholychurch.org
Two hour interview for your consideration:
http://www.blackkatenterprises.com/archives/Ochelli-Effect-32k-021916.mp3
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