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Apologia 23
April 30, 2012, 8:27 pm
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From:   Christopher Ames
Sent: Mon 4/30/2012 6:51 PM
To: Curt Ames []
Subject: Re: MD20


I see. I guess I didn’t realize that you were getting that sort of upset. I guess we shouldn’t joke around about each other’s religions.

But blood is thicker than even the primordial soup, so I will sign the truce, if you’re offering one. For the sake of perhaps a future discussion, it would be wise to table this one until we’ve both gathered some gray hairs. Then I’m gonna let you have it. J

If it ruined my day, it did so for a divinely-appointed reason.

If it needed to be said, I needed to hear it. I will examine my thinking on this matter, as I hope you would examine your own.

I’m always here for anything, and if it does not bother you, I will continue to pray for you.

Your brother both by blood and by willing association,



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