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In Baghdad, a Muslim woman, holding a copy of the Quran, stands in solidarity with a Christian woman, holding a copy of the Bible, to show solidarity with the dwindling number of Iraqi Christians and their right to live freely and peacefully side-by-side with the Muslims in their community. A powerful image.

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Salome with the Head of John the Baptist Andrea Solario

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This just in: Protestantism is crypto-Islam. Because, like, things like worshipping relics of dead saints and buying indulgences are soooo tooootally biblical. And Luther should be ashamed that he dared to speak out against them! Why, the man is practically a second Muhammad!!! (Dear Catholic friends, I have one question: WHY?????)

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It’s #high time we Warn Muslims ND atheists to repent .
hard FACT:Jesus is God Allah & is Satan.


It’s #high time we Warn Muslims ND atheists to repent . hard FACT:Jesus is God Allah & is Satan. Soon atheism will be No more. Only Christians. We r here to warn u to repent !! ⚠️ ⚠️ ⚠️ So take heed 😂😂🙃🙃🙃✔️✔️✔️✔️ #answer my few #questions #atheists …. can you form by your self without Jesus (God) creating u ❓❓❓ Do a #demo and show us❕❕ ...

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Life is good, because God made it. Sex is sacred, because it generates human life. Ending life to make sex more convenient is profoundly evil. - John Zmirak

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Colijn de Coter (c. 1440/1445– c. 1522/1532): The Mourning Mary Magdalene, ca. 1500, (detail), oil, transfered from panel to canvas, 111.2 x 55.2 cm, Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Hungary, source: and

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