The AIDS Test

Discussion in 'General Baptist Discussions' started by Ben W, Nov 25, 2005.

  1. Ben W

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    Interesting. I got three wrong on the first try.
     
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    The question as to why Africa has the highest number of HIV infected people isnt answered. But somehow I get the feeling that the implication is that it is the fault of the West.
     
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    It is a politically correct test, but not of much real value.
     
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    I got eight of 10.
     
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    I got them all right, but guessed on #10.

    A very moving ad, but outside of the developing countries, where AIDS is already pandemic, the best solution to AIDS is a faithful monogamous heterosexual relationship for life, and to stop illicit drug abuse.
     
  7. Ben W

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    Did you know that World Vision has the Rev Tim Costello as their President, who is a Fundamentalist Baptist?

    - Tim Costello takes on world poverty

    As a man of faith, the Reverend Tim Costello looked to God for guidance when World Vision Australia came knocking. This time the organisation was appealing to him to become its leader.

    "I prayed a lot about it," Mr Costello said. "God was saying to me that your next step is international, to make sure there was justice for the poor and the most ignored."

    For the past 20 years, the Baptist Church minister and anti-gambling campaigner has taken his fight for social justice to the streets of Melbourne and his message has been heard Australia-wide. Now it is time to make his crusade global: his world vision is a war on poverty.

    Continued - http://snipurl.com/k83a
     
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    Well, I guess I won't be taking this test. After about 7 or 8 min. of my computer downloading, it is showing that it is at only 50% of the downloaded time or material.

    Why don't they have these things so older and slower computers can download them?
     
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    Is it politically correct to do something to help stop the AIDS epidemic?
     

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