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Ken Ham
Increasingly (sadly) so, but public libraries are becoming dangerous places for kids (of all ages). And sadly, the majority of kids from church homes have already had their hearts & minds captured by the enemy through public schools, TV etc. Christian...
Public libraries are enthusiastically joining the LGBTQ crusade
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Ken Ham 23 Jun 19
Replying to @aigkenham
parents need to be reminded: "You shall teach them [God's Word] diligently to your children, and shall talk of them when you sit in your house, and when you walk by the way, and when you lie down, and when you rise" (Deuteronomy 6:7)
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😷G.I. Joe 6-Pack😷 23 Jun 19
Replying to @TashaIves @aigkenham
Yes, and we wouldn’t want to confuse them. We need to set boundaries for what they learn as determined by the Bible. This has always been best, I mean, just look at history, it has been a testament to the wonderful things wrought by god’s people. Closed-mindedness is the way!🎃
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MaureenLycaon 25 Jun 19
Good for them, they are clearly independent and self-confident.
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Kevin 24 Jun 19
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Mathew 7:2
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MaureenLycaon 25 Jun 19
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MaureenLycaon 25 Jun 19
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Didn't Expect the Apocalypse to be So Frickin Dumb 26 Jun 19
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Please, libraries, KEEP BEING DANGEROUS.
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