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A La Carte (December 18)

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The Weight of Perfection in Marriage – This is a very enjoyable and challenging article on marriage.

Pharma Spam – Ever wondered who’s behind all those spam emails you get that try to sell you cheap pills? This article explains.

Through the Eyes of Spurgeon – This new documentary looks at the life and ministry of Charles Spurgeon.

Unbroken – “A new documentary chronicling the remarkable life story of the late Louis Zamperini will be released on Christmas day to coincide with the highly anticipated release of Angelina Jolie’s ‘Unbroken’.”

The Hobbit – To some degree Peter Jackson is a victim of his own success.

Jehovah’s Witnesses – Here’s how to very simply prove the existence of the Trinity to a Jehovah’s Witness.

Wartman

Winning arguments does not create spiritual transformation.

—Paul Wartman

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