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Dutch church's 800hrs. service to stop deportation
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Church is not only a place of worship but also a place of refuge.
Do you like how this church handled the situation?
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Weird, Christians acting like Christians...
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Weird, Christians acting like Christians...
Right on.
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This is the most beautiful act I've ever heard of, I would love to be there to witness this in person. Blessings to this loving clergyman and this parish.
Why does this church get to decide who stays in their country?
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Why does this church get to decide who stays in their country?
The church is a place of siege and refuge; those who run into it in time of crisis are safe. It is their way of helping a family who have lived there for many years already and they don't see that they should be deported.
Finally a good use for religion.
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God bless true Christians that love exceedingly.
This kind of church asylum has been practiced in Norway for at least 30 years.
the church indeed is a place of refuge
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