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Weekly roundup

Happy 4th of July, everyone!  Best.  Country.  Ever.  (Except the obedient days of Israel.)

Some very cool ideas to help people in poor countries (Hat tip: Edgar)

A good Q&A about errors in Mormon theology

How to talk to an Obama supporter – nice set of videos done by a Democrat. 

An excellent series of articles on the oxymoron that is “same sex marriage.”  They answer the main objections in a very thorough and readable way.

Picture of Child Abuse – same-sex unions with children.

The reality of Hell – Make no mistake: Just because most churches don’t like to talk about it doesn’t mean it isn’t real.  Jesus talked about it a lot and knew it was real.  Christians should seek to view the world the same way He does.

Excellent explanation of the 2nd Amendment.  It carefully analyzes how it was written and exposes the error of assuming that within the Bill of Rights (you know, the list of rights for the citizens, not the government), the writers paused to say that the government was going to get guns and the people could not have them.  Sure.  Read the whole thing.  Hat tip: Marshall Art’s

A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State,

(We are a new, free country. It is necessary to have a trained, weapon equipped, standing army to help keep us free. And because we will have a standing army),

the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

(if the army gets guns, so do the people, in case the army ever gets out of line.)