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Date Posted: 23:11:05 12/03/04 Fri
Author: ts
Subject: is smoking a sin?
In reply to: Joe 's message, "Look again" on 16:10:08 12/03/04 Fri

Thanks for pointing out the flaws. The moral of the story is,
all that glitters is not gold.
Specially worth noting is, all cults and dangerous ideas look glittering.So beware when we browse!
Bye the way,
I never thought smoking or social drinking( specially in cold climate ) is unspiritual.
I dont smoke but dont think it is a harmful thing for the spirit, though harmful for the body.
What do you think.
>>I found rel=nofollow target=_blank >>href="http://www.evangelicaloutreach.org/gospel.htm">t
>>is interesting one- specially the audio visual one
>>Please add yours
>Look at the rel=nofollow target=_blank >href=http://www.evangelicaloutreach.org>front page
>of "Evangelical Outreach." The guy who runs it is
>*whacked*. He believes Calvin is in hell, and that
>Christians who agree with Calvin are headed there as
>well. That would include a majority of, um,
>evangelicals. So, it would appear that his "outreach"
>is mainly to evangelicals. He's big on something
>called "conditional assurance." UBF teachers would
>find themselves very much at home on his web site.

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