by Jeffrey W. Hamilton A friend of mine recently posted a passage written by Eusebius, an early historian of the church, which I wish to share with you. At the peak of the Cyprian Plague, which ran from about A.D. 249 to 262, there were as many as 5,000 deaths per day throughout the Roman…

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Question: Should couples who have sickler children be condemned for being selfish in their love by marrying despite a medical warning about genotype incompatibility? How can a sickler be convinced of God’s love? Answer: A “sickler” is a person who has sickle-cell anemia or carries the trait for sickle-cell anemia. Sickle-cell anemia is a genetic…

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Question: I am a 17 years old male and I am just becoming sexually active. I’m noticing a lot of things.  For one, I have constant urges to pee all of the time.  The number becomes unbearable sometimes.  I have constant bladder pains, and my sexual time only lasts for a minute or two.  After…

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