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Re: homosexuality in ancient greece


Another point in fact...you say that the moors were responsible for our schools and hospitals and so forth and God was nowhere amongst it...God was in fact everywhere amongst it. He was being taught in all the schools that were built, the hospitals worked under the influence on the compassion of Christ for the sick, our government and laws were based on the ten commandments and the teaching that all are under the authority of God and noone is considered higher or better than anyone else but all deserve equal opportunity to make their lives accountable to God. Why do you think we turned from Capital punishment and we're not lopping off people's heads like some of these other countries? You may have part of the idea but a huge element is missing in your research. Religion may tear apart the whole body of Christ through disagreement over the word, but the word is still the word and God is the same yesterday, today and always.
 

 
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