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Apr 02, 2009


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What a novel thought. To live as if debt is a bad thing. It is too bad the Hebrew scriptures and the Greek scriptures of the Bible do not warn about the hazards of debt.

Oh! Wait! They do address the hazards of debt, we just do not believe them. We explain them away as cultural and of little relevance to contemporary life. It is a shame when God's covenant people must learn from others.

Tim Wright


Look into this more closely and you will find that interest is paid but not so clearly understood as interest. If Sharia law id so good, next time you need medical care fly to Pakistan or Sudan.


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