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It is a Mortal Sin to Kill a Mockingbird By Mitchell Kalifeh
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Coming from a religious perspective, there are people in this world that are homosexuals. Most of them question themselves in many ways. One of the first questions is why me? Then, is it my fault?... More > Then, if it is my fault, what did I do and can I change anything? Then, is my lifestyle evil? Then, if God made me this way how can it be my fault? Then, if he made me this way why should I change anything? How can my lifestyle be evil if it came from God? Following this line of thought, what made me the way I am? Was it environmental or was it genetics? Am I a child of God? Did God make a mistake when he made me? Truly, I can only use the God given logic I have and try to form some opinions.< Less
The Vine and the Branches By Mitchell Kalifeh
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This is a portrayal of the trials of a Maronite Christian family from Lebanon. In the mid 1800's after a bloody battle between Christians and radical Moslems, a family sends their eldest son,... More > Mohanna, away to escape periodic massacres and persecutions. Their son Mohanna on his hazardous voyage to America meets a young Christian girl from Damascus and later marries her. In spite of being illiterate he sells merchandise from a cart until his feet are too bloody to continue. Mohanna dies and his wife is betrayed by her family, losing her home and store. The eldest son Elias Mohanna Karam and his mother recover and prosper. One of Mohannas grandchildren Mark Karam, after a full and exciting youth, becomes prosperous only to lose everything. He rebounds and becomes a well-known businessman and community leader. After September 11th, 2001 a friend confronts Mark about his future. He passes the torch to his sons to carry on.< Less
The Vine and the Branches By Mitchell Kalifeh
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This is a portrayal of the trials of a Maronite Christian family from Lebanon. In the mid 1800's after a bloody battle between Christians and radical Moslems, a family sends their eldest son,... More > Mohanna, away to escape periodic massacres and persecutions. Their son Mohanna on his hazardous voyage to America meets a young Christian girl from Damascus and later marries her. In spite of being illiterate he sells merchandise from a cart until his feet are too bloody to continue. Mohanna dies and his wife is betrayed by her family, losing her home and store. The eldest son Elias Mohanna Karam and his mother recover and prosper. One of Mohannas grandchildren Mark Karam, after a full and exciting youth, lose everything. He rebounds and becomes a well-known business and community leader. After September 11th, 2001 a friend confronts Mark about his heritage and he questions his future. He passes the torch to his sons to carry on.< Less

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Referral Mastery Referral Mastery By Joe Stumpf
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