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Rabbi Nosson Scherman



14 Feb 2015

Paying tithes

A North Carolina mother of four who recently quit her jobs at Walmart and McDonalds to care for her four young children is believed to be one of the winners of the $188 million Powerball jackpot — and it’s what she’s planning to do first with her millions that’s surprising.

Marie Holmes, 26, told WECT-TV that she’s planning to donate money to church after she receives her payout.

“First I’m going to pay my tithes, because I wouldn’t have none of it if it wasn’t for God,” she said. http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2015/02/13/the-surprising-thing-this-struggling-single-mother-of-four-plans-to-do-after-she-turns-in-her-winning-powerball-jackpot-ticket/#

Joshua Bonehill arrested and banned from London

The Archbishop of Canterbury last night issued an extraordinary apology for the British bombing of Dresden during the Second World War.

In what was immediately criticised as an insult to the young men who gave their lives to defeat the Nazis, the Most Rev Justin Welby told the German people of his ‘profound feeling of regret and deep sorrow’ over the attack.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2952945/Archbishop-says-sorry-bombing-Nazis-Justin-Welby-attacked-bizarre-apology-Dresden-raids-makes-no-reference-RAF-heroes-killed-Hitler.html#ixzz3RkglTeFq


1 comment:

  1. Did the good Rev think of apologizing to the millions of Jews slaughtered by the Nazi barbarians. As we all know, most of the German citizens were not opposed to the genocide and knew very well what was going on. But he still thinks an apology is proper to those citizens, without giving a moment's thought for the Jews and others intentionally murdered methodically as if they were not even human. That is the justice of these times - good is evil and evil is good. Unbelievable and shocking, but NOT for these crazy times.

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