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1 posted on 06/11/2020 10:14:25 AM PDT by Teleios Research
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Dinesh D’Souza has covered this, too.
Book Review: ‘What’s So Great About Christianity’ by Dinesh D’Souza
https://owlcation.com/humanities/Whats-So-Great-About-Christianity-by-Dinesh-DSouza-a-Book-Review


2 posted on 06/11/2020 10:15:59 AM PDT by tbw2
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I believe Christianity was originally meant to bring freedom and democracy to people.


3 posted on 06/11/2020 10:20:54 AM PDT by Moonman62 (http://www.freerepublic.com/~moonman62/)
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freedom in Christianity is good for society in promoting a healthy population!

AntiFa should change its name to AntiChri. That would be more accurate.

4 posted on 06/11/2020 10:40:05 AM PDT by Texas Eagle
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Those oil rich countries invest in health education.
In the kingdom of Saudi Arabia health care is free to all. The locals put in NO money towards it--it's all from the King. It's like that in most of the Emirates as well as the various emirs give their people A-1 health care.

Countries don't HAVE to be Christian to know the value of faith, education and health.

The countries with problems are those run by despots and military juntas...like much China, Pakistan and most of Central and South America, the latter being all Christian countries. Those regimes put "staying in power" as their #1 priority...and the heck with the health of the people.

FAITH doesn't predict a government's interest in its people's health.

5 posted on 06/11/2020 1:01:54 PM PDT by cloudmountain
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