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Contemporary intellectual says Christianity is a much greater threat to humanity than Islam, and he’s right!

There’s an interesting, and seemingly obscure short video clip on YouTube from way back when that we feel deserves a little exposition.  In it the well known American intellectual, philosopher and social critic Noam Chomsky is being interviewed by a journalist and he is discussing his recollection of an episode of the Charlie Rose Show that aired in 2003 in which Thomas Friedman of the New York Times is giving his thoughts on the real motive for the invasion of Iraq.  That’s a mouthful we know, and none of that is really important, but we were intrigued by a comment Chomsky made at the end of the clip.

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Woman takes initiative to get smart after husband leaves her in the dark.

The dynamics in the book of Genesis never cease to amaze me, and each time I read it I gain new insight. This past time, while reading Chapters 1-3, two very interesting thoughts came to mind.

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