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Is it really Christian?
Comment by Frank and Mary Hoffman - 10 Jun 2007

Dear Rick:

We don't believe one is mutually exclusive of the other. They are both important. One of the biggest problems we have in this world is that we, as a society, try to qualify or limit compassion, and because of that we never achieve it. The Christian church is doing the same thing. When people begin to think about all life compassionately, they are far less likely to harm another human being, born or unborn, nor any other animal. Our spheres of love and compassion should have no limits.

Think about all that we could accomplish, if we would all live this way.

In the Love of the Lord,

Frank and Mary

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