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October 30, 2014

Christians defending the fatherless

It’s hard to imagine a more precarious existence than that of a newborn child in the Roman Empire. Infant mortality rates were so high that parents avoided becoming attached to their children until it became clear that they would survive infancy. Well, at least those children whose parents weren’t hastening

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