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Could A Belief In Hell Be Driving Racism And Homophobia?

“If you perceive God to hate someone enough to execute and torture him in hell forever, then in your subconscious you will devalue and hate the person as well.” - Bishop Carlton Pearson The post Could A Belief In Hell Be Driving Racism And Homophobia? appeared first on The Good Men Project.
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