> "ross"@anonymizer.com writes:
> <<But when it comes to social programs, I'm with GG; whether it's the
> Socrates-based recidivism reduction program I read about last year in
> the Humanist, a fundamentalist Christian social program like
> Ms. Fletcher's miracle house in Dayton, any of the various Quaker
> programs I've seen, or Alcoholics Anonymous, I tend to approve of
> faith-based social programs.>>
> not what i said, "ross." some faith-based ORGANIZATIONS administer totally
> secular PROGRAMS - with no overlap - unlike those organizations you mentioned
> that blend adherence to salvation doctrines with their charity.
That was me, not "ross." I didn't mean to misrepresent you. Thanks
for the clarification.
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