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... astonishing vagueness.' He did not specify any specific sins. Was he referring to adultery, perjury or obstruction of justice? And in the next breath Clinton said ...
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... Why has contraception induced lower rates of morality? Throughout history, some have committed adultery.'However, a tremendous deterrent from doing so, if not the ...
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... to arguably secular matters, such as honoring one's parents, killing or murder, adultery, stealing, false witness and covetousness. Rather, the first part of ...
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... . At first, their stories seemed wildly dissimilar. One woman had been in adultery for eight years. A husband was an alcoholic who was out of work ...
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... information about one near you go to www.wwme.org. Couple mentoring. If there's been adultery which seems like an unforgiveable sin, ask a pastor if he knows a ...
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... days, one would have to prove their spouse was at fault – due to adultery, abandonment or abuse. However, in 1969 California Gov. Ronald Reagan ...
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... marriage. 2. Restore troubled ones: Every church has couples who have survived adultery or abuse. But few churches train such couples to tell their recovery story ...
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