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  1. Peter Ahlstrom says:

    This strikes me as the kind of writing we need lots more of. Some years ago I was in bed for a month with a torn leg muscle and decided to spend the time learning what the Bible really said about "loving our neighbors" (including, of course, North Koreans for one of many). That study changed my life. And my politics. Actually I'm still working on it a bit – my family feels God is still going to give us a few more experiences He wants included. (I've tried to enliven it with stories of real-life experiences). But if you might be interested in seeing it, I can either print you a copy in its present form (about 160 pages) , or, if you have an email address where I could send that much at once, that'd be fine, too, if it interests you. Let me know. And best wishes.

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