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No such thing as “porn addiction”?

“Transgression as Addiction: Religiosity and Moral Disapproval as Predictors of Perceived Addiction to Pornography,” published February 12, 2014 by Archives of Sexual Behavior, concludes essentially

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Churches launch campaign for garment workers in Bangladesh

The campaign will be launched on September 5th to mobilise church members especially in the UK, US and Canada to lobby retailers and politicians to improve wages, safety and working conditions for Bangladeshi garment workers. There are 4,000,000 workers in the industry that produces 80 per cent of Bangladeshi export earnings.

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10 things you can’t do and follow Jesus

Lots of people claim to be “following Jesus” and then they do stuff like this. Sure, people who follow Jesus do these things all the time, but you can’t say you are doing them because you are trying to follow Jesus’ example.

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After the murder…

The University of San Francisco (Jesuit) alumni magazine tells the story not of redemption, but of transformation and the ability to change: the story of

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