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... perceive a European ceiling blocks them and are deeply angry and bitter. Fury fuels violence. However, the terrorists of 9/11 were foreigners, mostly from ...
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... , when your enemy, in his implacable evil, has no conscience, then violence may be permissible and necessary. With Saddam Hussein, we are dealing with ...
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... The City of God." Augustine notes that Christian teaching challenges the use of violence." Jesus told Peter to put his sword away, "for all ...
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... " if Christians would recognize that only the church can match the enemy's level of violence and aggression. He notes America's military fights according to rules which aim at ...
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... Phillippines and Sudan where 2 million Christians have been killed. Much of this Muslim violence can be traced back to bin Laden and the Al Qaeda training provided to ...
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... Christian state of Jos, rioting left seven people killed. On September 11, violence re-erupted with Muslims waving banners with Osama bin Laden killing 300 people in 48 ...
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... a direct link between problem and pathological gambling and divorce, child abuse, domestic violence, bankruptcy, crime and suicide. More than 15.4 million adults and adolescents ...
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... with minimal commitment, there's greater unhappiness- more infidelity, more conflict and even violence, more illness and depression. Sociologist Pamela Smock estimates that 45 percent of ...
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... I have no need of you. (II Corinthians 12:21) without doing violence to the integrity of the body.' He then quoted Martin Luther, the ...
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