A Common Sense Approach to Routine Infant Circumcision from the Christian Point of View

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Also available at: http://somethingsarehard2say.blogspot.com/2013/09/a-common-sense-approach-to-routine.html by Rebecca James When people debate the circumcision issue they like to talk about all the “studies.” Scientific studies to prove that there are potential medical benefits. Studies that disprove the potential medical benefits. Studies that prove … Read More

Circumcision and the Copts: A History (Addendum): Evidence that the Christians of Egypt did not circumcise in late antiquity

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CIRCUMCISION AND THE COPTS – A HISTORY (ADDENDUM): EVIDENCE THAT THE CHRISTIANS OF EGYPT DID NOT CIRCUMCISE IN LATE ANTIQUITY SEPTEMBER 1, 2012 Portrait head of a man, 4th-7th century, Coptic textile fragment. The reader who is interested in the topic of … Read More

Barnabas, Silas (also called Silvanus), and Apollos

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Also available at http://w2.vatican.va/content/benedict-xvi/en/audiences/2007/documents/hf_ben-xvi_aud_20070131.html   BENEDICT XVI  GENERAL AUDIENCE Wednesday, 31 January 2007  Barnabas, Silas (also called Silvanus), and Apollos Dear Brothers and Sisters,  Continuing our journey among the protagonists who were the first to spread Christianity, today let us … Read More

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