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New Leaf Publishing: Questions God Asks by Israel Wayne #grow4christ #bookreview


About the Book:

UNDERSTANDING THE OMNIPOTENT GOD… WHO ASKS QUESTIONS OF US

Why would God ask anyone a question? We ask questions when we don’t understand. Yet, the Creator of the universe who spoke all that we see into being asks questions. Unimaginable power and wisdom are already His. As strange as it may seem to us, the Bible is filled with questions God asks. He is not the one who needs answers – these questions help us to understand both God and ourselves.

Delve into the answers found by Job, Adam, Cain, Moses, Joshua, Elijah, and others
Examine our fundamental assumptions about God, human nature, relationships, origins, and purpose
Learn about godly character and God’s transforming message

Find a powerful supplement for family worship, Bible study, and personal devotions in the Questions God Asks. Stop demanding answers from God and begin answering the questions He asks of us.

 

You can purchase at Master Books, a division of New Leaf  Publishing Group for $9.99.

 

 

About the author:

Israel Wayne is an author and conference speaker who has a passion for defending the Christian faith and promoting a Biblical worldview. The author of Homeschooling from a Biblical Worldview and Full-Time Parenting: A Guide to Family-Based Discipleship, Israel has written a regular column for the Home School Digest and Brush Arbor Revival Quarterly magazines and is the site editor for ChristianWorldview.net. He is a homeschool father of seven and his newest title, The Questions God Asks, is due out Spring 2014.

 

You can learn more about Israel and his ministry at his website, Family Renewal and connect with him on Facebook and Twitter.

 

 

 

My Opinion:

 

We ask God questions all the time, questions such as “why did so and so have to die”, “why did my house burn down”, or “why can’t I have more children” and on and on – but what if, as Israel Wayne, has done, God could question us?  What would His questions be?  Most of us are probably thinking, I don’t want to know what questions God would ask because then I’d be expected to give an answer!  Yep, coming up with an answer to God’s questions can be a scary prospect indeed.  Some may also be thinking, well how in the world can Israel Wayne think of things that God could ask, isn’t that like him playing God?  No, no it isn’t – because he isn’t answering for him and the questions that are discussed in the books are questions like Where Were You, Where is Your Brother, What Are You Doing Here, Is My Hand Too Short and more, there are in fact 19 chapters dealing with questions that God could technically ask us and then Israel goes on to give a topic such as Where Were You is Origins-Job and then Scripture to back up what he is going to begin to expound upon.

 

This book is a relatively fast read,  however I do urge you to take your time as you read and really think about what you’re reading – because most of the chapters have some hard hitting Scriptural back up and may even make one squirm in their chair – think of it as the Holy Spirit is convicting you.  That being said I’m in no way elevating the author, nor is he, taking his word over the Word of God – no in fact there is so much Scripture that if you’re familiar with the Bible some of it will be rote to you – other times it’s Scripture with a dose of real life interpretation.  As with anything from man, make sure to search over the Scripture and pray over what you’re reading, so that no matter who it’s from or what it’s about, you will not be lead astray.  I think my most favorite chapter is the fourth which is the one titled Where is Your Brother which is sub-headed with Relationships-Cain, I think the am I my brother’s keeper quotes to be one of the most mis-quoted Bible reference – up there with the whole don’t judge thing.

 

Having been dealing with family stuff lately I think that is why this one is so hard hitting for me and I like the quote, “We must, of course, recognize that we can’t control or be responsible for the actions of others.  We can direct our own thoughts and actions, however, to ensure that they reflect the heart and character of our Savior.” (location 316 of 1502; Kindle e-book)  This isn’t even about me, but also in how my children treat their siblings, and also how we treat others in the public – whether they are Brothers and Sisters in Christ or not, we should always be representing our Savior.  Even though I say chapter four is one of my favorites, if you open up the book on my Fire you’ll see many highlighted areas because all of Questions God Asks had something to do with me, with my life, and how I respond to God and glorify Him – I know I’ll be re-reading this book from time to time.

 

 

To see what other bloggers thought please visit the New Leaf Publishing Group’s blog.

 

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New Leaf Publishing: Six Days by Ken Ham #grow4christ


About the Book:

Today, most Bible colleges, seminaries, K-12 Christian schools, and now even parts of the homeschool movement do not accept the first eleven chapters of Genesis as literal history. They try to fit the supposed billions of years into Genesis, and some teach evolution as fact. Our churches are largely following suit.

Ken Ham, international speaker and author on biblical authority, examines how compromise starting in Genesis, particularly in regard to the six days of creation and the earth’s age, have filtered down from the Bible colleges and seminaries to pastors—and finally to parents and their children.

You may purchase your copy at Master Books, a division of New Leaf Publishing Group, for $13.99.

Find out more about Ken Ham by visiting Master Books – you can also find his website, Answers in Genesis.

My Opinion:

Once again Ken Ham has taken the scientific and church world by storm in his new book Six Days which details why the church is declining because of the absence of it’s belief in Genesis 1 through 11 being a literal, historical science text.  I’ve read other books like The Lie, which was a bit more technical than this one and I appreciated the lay man’s approach in this book because sometimes as a busy mom I need something simple and straight forward.  While at first I was worried I may be reading some of the same material given in the other books I was pleasantly surprised that there was new information and also the same information given in a way that this book could also be read by a 13 year old and understand it.

As a Christian sometimes it’s hard to know how to answers some of the questions that come from those who don’t believe in a young earth, or that Genesis is a literal historical text or even that God exists – to them saying “the Bible says so” doesn’t work as a valid argument.  If you believe, as I do that Jesus came to earth, born of a virgin, died on a cross and rose again then one must have a foundation for that belief and even if Christ, Himself pointed back to Creation as outlined in Genesis shouldn’t we also look to Genesis in it’s literal sense to understand how the world was formed without the use of evolution or a big bang?  Ken Ham does an excellent job in explaining each of the theories that are becoming popular in the church today such as the day age theory, gap theory as well as how this break down of compromise is slowly killing the church.

If you’re not sure how to answers questions from skeptics or how to refute a fellow Christian’s belief in an old earth or that God used evolution to create the world then this book is for you.  If you’re a Christian (Ken Ham reitereates that he is not saying this is a salvation issue, which so often is said of him) and believe in an old earth or that God somehow used evolution (keep in mind that means sin and death were in the world BEFORE Adam and Eve) to create the world this book may just have you re-thinking what you believe about Creation.  This book is also for those skeptics who may no longer believe or never have believed in the Lord and it may just point you back to His Light and His Salvation and of course there will be those who use this book to make all Creationist into some kind of kooks, but that’s okay because the Truth can’t be destroyed.

You can read what others have to say by visiting the Link Up on the NLPG Blog.

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New Leaf Publishing: The New Answers Book 4 edited by Ken Ham (review) #grow4christ


Review of The New Answers Book 4 edited by Ken Ham @GrowingForChrist About the Book:

The Answers series has been a powerful tool in equipping believers to share and defend their faith. Now the newest book in this landmark series takes on hot button topics like climate change, ancient man, and many more. Too many people have walked away from their faith because they sought answers for what seemed a contradiction in Christian belief and scientific teaching. For those who desire a deeper walk and a thriving faith in the face of a growing cultural adversity, now find the answers to questions you have or others may use to genetic engineering, this powerful team of apologists is able to inspire you and those you know who may not yet believe.

You may purchase your copy at Master Books, a division of New Leaf Publishing Group for $14.95

Find out more about Ken Ham by visiting Master Books – you can also find his website, Answers in Genesis.

My Opinion:

“….but in your hearts honor Christ the Lord as holy, always being prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you; yet do it with gentleness and respect.” I Peter 3:15 ESV

Sometimes it’s hard to come up with answers to the questions that my children ask me – I can say “go read your Bible” or “God says so” but often times that isn’t enough and it’s not enough of an answer to really get to the heart of the matter and give them the meat they so need and deserve.  So when I got the chance to receive The New Answers Book 4 that is edited by Ken Ham I knew I’d be able to read through and delve into some questions and their Biblical answers.  There are many contributors to this book such as Don Landis, Bodie Hodge, Dr. Tommy Mitchell, Dr. Benjamin Shaw and many, many more knowledgeable people.  Like the verse I quoted above there comes a time when Christians will be called to give a defense for our hope (our Faith) and sometimes, no matter how much we read the Bible, pray and seek godly counsel we still have no idea how to answer those who question us.

Due to that I’m so thankful that there are men and women who take the time to write thoughtful and Biblical answers to the questions that are posed to us such as was Noah’s ark really made of wood, or were cavemen as they are perceived, should there be a war between science and faith, are GMO’s wrong and more.  You might surprised by some of the answers that come from years of research as well as Scriptural basis – yes science and the Bible do align!  Some of the questions are bigger than those my children have asked, but are great for myself or my husband who have friends and family who believe differently than us and we need to give a defense without getting bent out of shape.

I recommend this book for Christians, who like me, have been asked why don’t I believe in the gap theory or the big bang or why I believe that there were dinosaurs on the Ark and that there was no death prior to Adam and Eve.  There were a couple chapters that even this college educated, home school mom found challenging because of the technicalities involved such as how big is the universe, but the other chapters and their questions were well done that most lay people can easily understand it but also those who have engineering type of minds will get a lot from reading it.  If you desire to learn more about what the Bible AND science has to say about issues in Christianity then this book will be of a huge benefit to keep on your bookshelf – as long as you read it!

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New Leaf Publishing: IndoctriNation: Public Schools and the Decline of Christianity (review) #grow4christ


About the BIndoctriNation review @GrowingForChristook:

Look behind the comfortable myths of an educational system actively at work to alter your child’s moral values, worldview, and religious beliefs. Learn the history and philosophy of public school education — and discover it is based on neither Christian nor American values. Explore the biblical principles regarding education — and who is ultimately responsible for our children’s future.

You can purchase the book at New Leaf Publishing (Master Books) site for $14.99 and the corresponding movie.

 

IndoctriNation Trailer from indoctrination on Vimeo.

My Opinion:

I have not had the chance to see the movie which this book is based on but I knew when I had the ability to receive this book and review it I had to take it and I’m so glad I did.  Yes, I’m already a homeschool parent and that decision was made months before our first child was even to be born – it was first from a desire that our child not be involved in what my husband and I encountered in our school years, then it evolved into a conviction that we are to be the ones teaching and training our children, not just in math, reading and writing but in the truths of the Lord.  Our children, and other Christian children cannot get good Christian education in our current public schools and even in some private schools today.

We as parents won’t send our children to a store that we knew actively promoted false gods, paganism, humanism and Marxism – so why would we send them to schools to literally have these ideas put into their brains for 8+ hours a day?  I know, I know, your child’s school isn’t like that, your child has Christian teachers, then I urge you to get this book and start reading with chapter 21 by Israel Wayne titled, “The Dog Ate My Lesson Plans:  Common Excuses to Keep from Homeschooling”.  I’m sure some children do come out of schools with their faith intact but the majority of students who come from Christian homes will leave high school with a tattered and waning faith and if they haven’t already, will also be leaving our churches.  I can speak from experience.  I was that child and I became that adult.

IndoctriNation gives the reader some hard facts – some that many parents would like to ignore or say, “that won’t be my child” – but in all honesty Christian teachers cannot share their faith – it’s forbidden by law.  Teachers are forbidden from disciplining children or even from handing out grades that students achieve whether they be A’s or F’s because of parental outcry.  I know there are some good teachers stuck in the schools, I know there are Christian teachers in the schools – but that does not mean we can ignore the fact that God gave us our children and He told us we are to be the ones teaching them!  I enjoyed reading the factual and straight forward resignation letters from two teachers and the moving introduction from a dad whose son was killed in the Columbine shooting.

Please, if you are thinking of putting your child in an institutional school setting, whether it be private or public, please get a copy of IndoctriNation – read it alongside your Bible, with your spouse, and with much prayer and see where the Lord leads you.  The books also gives ideas on what parents can do to protect their children from the indoctrination that is infiltrating the schools, from evolutionary thought, to sex ed, to the thought that Christianity is old fashioned and has no place in the ‘real’ world.  This is a must have book that is worth the time it takes to read it if you are a parent or even a concerned Grandparent.

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Handlebar Review: The War on Christmas by Bodie Hodge #grow4christ


About the Book:

-Is it a bunch of pagan symbols “Christianized” for the celebration?

-Why is our concept of Christmas so important for those who don’t believe in Jesus?
-Most may say Christmas is about the birth of Jesus, but are we truly worshiping Him or just celebrating the earthly gifts we give ourselves?

Filled with family get-togethers, office parties, breaks from school, decorating the tree, and more, Christmas is a time of peace and love. So why has so much controversy clouded this sacred holiday? It has become ground zero in an ongoing culture war where Nativity scenes are nixed, Merry Christmas becomes Happy Holidays, and even the word “Christmas” is considered by some as offensive. Find the truth about Christmas and the Christian’s response to a culture that seems to be declaring war.  You can buy the book on Master Books’ website or at other Christian retailers.

My Opinion:

Ever since I heard about this book coming out I wanted to get my hands on it and see what it had to say about Christmas, the holidays and other points that seem to not only have divided Christians but also Christians and non-believers over the years.  It’s been a subtle shift in recent years to everyone saying Merry Christmas to now it only being allowed to say Happy Holidays or some other non-Christ name, effectively erasing Christmas from Christ and the true reason for celebrating the holiday.  Bodie Hodge deals with this sensitive topic with sensivity and compassion even as he writes about Christians who chose not to celebrate the holiday given that some believe it had it’s roots in the pagan culture of the day or those who write Xmas versus Christmas.  I reviewed a book a while ago, called King Alfred’s English that went into some detail about the X and the connection to Christ’s name – which I highly recommend if you don’t want to take Bodie’s word for things.  Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying we should stop writing Christmas, sometimes it’s simple laziness that prevents many from writing Christmas out in full – but what I am saying is that those who aren’t Christians who think they are omitting Christ from Christmas by writing X, aren’t.

 

This is a short book at only 144 pages but it’s big on information, some of the information was repeated, but often things that are worth reading are worth reading again – plus since I had finished another book, The Lie, which also dealt with some of the issues Bodie brings up in The War on Christmas, so it may have felt like a repeat.  Twenty three chapters span this book and each chapter is short and to the point without being preachy and sticks to Biblical and archaeological facts that support the Biblical account – isn’t it great how science and archaeology supports the history of the Bible?  Beautiful illustrations grace the pages of the book including Scripture that brings to life the Christmas story and adds to the overall facts of the book.  Whether you’re a Christian who does celebrate Christmas, one who doesn’t, or a non-Believer who is searching this is a great book to read to understand what Christmas is all about and how it became a beloved holiday that Christians around the world celebrate, and yes he even addresses Santa Claus.

 

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Book Review: The Lie: Evolution/Millions of Years by Ken Ham #grow4christ


About the Book:

In 1987 Ken Ham wrote what would become a prophetic warning to the Church about the destructive effects of compromise with evolutionary ideas, and how this compromise undermines Scriptural authority and erodes Christian confidence in the infallibility of God’s Word. Today we have Christians not only confused when it comes to Genesis and age of the earth, but even the reality of Hell, Adam as a real person, and Christ’s own words about creation, marriage and more are being debated in the pulpits across the world. In this special revised and updated edition, Ken Ham again takes the lead in pointing out the looming precipice the Church is rushing towards, how evolution and/or millions of years, is driving away young people of the faith, and the biblical solution that can change it!

 

You can view the book’s trailer and read the preview of The Lie on the New Leaf Publishing Group’s website.

 

My Opinion:

 

This book took me a long time to read, a really long time – not because it wasn’t interesting but because there were so many facts and other interesting tidbits of information that taking it all in left me sometimes, a little brain dead.  I’m a Biblical Creationist, which means that I believe God created the world as it’s stated in Genesis in 6 days and rested on the 7 th – 24 hour days, not 1000 year days or other such nonsense.  So that also makes me one of the ‘crazy’ Young Earthers that are so often blasted in the media and by secular scientists.  I’m so glad I read this book and will be coming back to it because, if you’re a Christian, you’re going to want to know how to defend your faith and that faith starts in Genesis – if you can’t take Genesis as literal then how can one think the rest of the Bible should be literal?  Genesis is the foundation or the literal beginning of everything that Christians believe – including Jesus coming to live among us.

 

This book will allow you, if you haven’t already, understand why Genesis should be taken as literal and how to defend that faith – to both non-Believers and even Believers who believe in old earth or even that God used evolution to create the world.  Covering such areas as: Christianity being under attack, evolution and religion, creation and religion, the root of the problem, crumbling foundations, evangelism in a pagan world and more you’ll come away with a better understanding of what it means to embrace the whole Bible in it’s literal form.  Now, some might say I’m just embracing Ken Ham’s beliefs but that isn’t what this book is about it’s about teaching the Christian how to embrace Genesis as our foundation of God’s power and how to defend that using Scripture.

 

So, if you’re a Christian who believes in any form of evolution such as the gap theory, day age, or just outright Darwinian evolution you should grab this book and read it with an open mind, much prayer and seeking the Scriptures as well as seeking out Christian scientific studies.  If you’re a Christian who is floundering in a world that teaches Genesis isn’t real or in a church who espouses that God used evolution and you want to know how to stand firm then this book is for you too.  It can be purchased for $13.99 and it’s a great bargain for all that is contained within it’s covers because we must be prepared to give an answer for our faith.

 

 

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Stargazers Guide to the Night Sky by Dr. Jason Lisle


About the Book:

Explore the night sky, identify stars, constellations, and even planets. Stargaze with a telescope, binoculars, or even your naked eye.  Allow Dr. Jason Lisle, a research scientist with a masters and PhD in astrophysics, to guide you in examining the beauty of God’s Creation.

Lisle designed Stargazer’s Guide to the Night Sky for everyone from young students to amateur astronomers. In it you will:

  • Learn the best ways and optimal times to observe planets and stars
  • Discover how to choose the best telescope for you
  • Find 150 stunning, full-color star-charts and other easy to use illustrations for success

“How do phases of the moon work?  When will the next solar eclipse take place?  What is that bright star setting in the west?  How do I find Saturn?  What sorts of objects can be seen with binoculars?”  These questions and many more are easily answered with the helpful tips and basic understanding of astronomy presented in this book.

Create or expand the hobby of stargazing; an outdoor, educational hobby to enjoy with friends or family. Regardless of your circumstances and the economy, you will always be able to marvel at the beauty of our night sky.

You can buy the book at New Leaf Publishing.

Find out about Dr. Jason Lisle at New Leaf Publishing author’s page or at The Institute for Creation Research.

 

My Opinion:

 

As always Master Books has another great resource for those who want to know or teach their children the beauty of God’s night sky using creation from the Bible and with beautiful imagery and text.  You don’t have to be an astronomer or even know all the constellations to enjoy the beauty and majesty that is the heavens of the night sky – looking up into it and seeing all the stars and the moon and even the occasional planet makes one imagination come alive.  If you’re studying astronomy, getting ready to or just have an interest in it then The Stargazer’s Guide to the Night Sky is just the resource you’ll want to have on hand, great for the beginner or the advanced ‘stargazer’.  There are twelve chapters everything from motion in the sky for basic and advanced people, celestial events to astrophotography, and more including an introduction, and afterword and an index will make this well worth the investment.

 

The pictures are beautiful and stunning through the whole book, I can only imagine what it would look like if I had a physical copy over the electronic format of the book.  I really enjoyed the first chapter which is the “motions in the sky – basic” because it gave me a way to use a quick method for measurements while star gazing – you know those charts that use degrees to tell you how to find a star, constellation or planet?  Using certain fingers and hand measurements will give you and idea of the degree measurements, which will not make it much easier to find those celestial events that we usually miss out on because we can’t find the correct degree.

 

The amount of information in this book could easily launch you or your child into an in depth study of astronomy.  Written from a creation viewpoint and distinctly Christian there won’t be things you’ll have to omit or research more information because it’s all there for you – I wish I had had this book when we studied astronomy a few years back, but now that I do I will add it back in when we study the stars again.

 

**I was given an e-copy of this book from New Leaf Publishing in exchange for my honest review, no other compensation was given.

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The Genius of Ancient Man: Evolution’s Nightmare general editor Don Landis w/Jackson Hole Bible College


The Genius of Ancient Man: Evolution’s Nightmare is another of Master Book’s publishing successes.  Don Landis, the general editor for the book in conjunction with Jackson Hole Bible College have put together a wonderful book in explaining facts about ancient man from a Biblical worldview, that some, even Christians may fail to realize or even know about.  The book is hardcovered and case bound and measures 8 1/2 by 11 inches and has 112 pages that are full of factual information and scientific process that doesn’t debunk the Bible as merely a story.  This isn’t a simple, read-through-in-a-day book this book must be relished, taking the time to read and understand it’s findings in light of Biblical historical accuracy.

Some of what you’ll read include:

  • Why structures echoing the Tower of Babel have been recreated on almost every continent and major culture
  • What artifacts and archaeology, technology and innovation really reveal about the origin of mankind
  • Why many biblical symbols (rainbows, human sacrifice, mountains, the Son/sun worship) were, and continue to be, distorted in pagan religious practices
  • What the historical record reveals about Satan’s “counterfeit” of God’s plan for humanity

I found it fascinating how well this book tied in with our current history and geography curriculum and find it fascinating to read more about the statues of Easter Island and that dragons really did roam the earth with humans (there is some speculation that there even may be some dragon-like creatures alive today, but I digress).  I love it when a book that has been researched and can prove the Bible’s truth in God’s Creation and historical accuracy as well as prove to man how Satan can turn good and perfect things into evil things.  I really enjoyed this book and it gives me a chance to delve deeper into our studies as well as giving my older children something more than milk – it gives them the meat that they’ll need to eventually stand for God’s Word in a world and even a Church that is diluting God’s Word.

 

**Disclaimer:  I was provided a copy of this book from Master Books, a division of New Leaf Publishing, in exchange for posting my honest opinion, no other compensation was given.

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Made in Heaven: Man’s Indiscriminate Stealing of God’s Amazing Design by Ray Comfort and Jeffrey Seto


About the book:

Science shamelessly steals from God’s creation, yet refuses to give God the glory!

  • How the glow of a cat’s eyes innovates road reflectors
  • The naturally sticky inspirations for Velcro and barbed wire
  • A fly’s ear, the lizard’s foot, the moth’s eye, and other natural examples are inspiring improvements and new technologies in our lives

Engineers and inventors have long examined God’s creation to understand and copy complex, proven mechanics of design in the science known as biomimicry. Much of this inspiration is increasingly drawn from amazing aspects of nature, including insects to plants to man in search of wisdom and insight. We are surrounded daily by scientific advancements that have become everyday items, simply because man is copying from God’s incredible creation, without acknowledging the Creator.


My Opinion:

 

It’s my pleasure to introduce you to one of the newer books published by Master Books, a division of New Leaf Publishing Group and written by Ray Comfort and Jeffrey SetoMade in Heaven is a book that is small but definitely filled with a lot of information in it’s 64 pages that makes it appear larger than it is.  A lot of this has been items that we’ve covered in our study of flying creatures this year in our science lessons and there are plants and other animals that we will learn about and we use God’s design in them for our daily lives.  One of the exciting things that I found in this book was to complement our studies of butterflies and the iridescence that some contain and what we have ‘stolen’ from the butterflies design will surprise you.

 

Bugs, fish, humans, and plants have something that we currently use in our lives to make them easier or to improve them – what about Velcro?  air conditioning?  healing power of our bodies?  This and more is covered in this fascinating book that will have the reader looking at God’s Creation in ways that we never considered all backed up with science and research – so it’s not just a Bible thing.  This book will be coming along side our studies in conjunction with our current science curricula because it will give us a little more in depth information, especially helpful for myself and my older children.  This is a fantastic book that will be instrumental in viewing God’s Creation in ways never thought of before.

 

You can read what others are saying about this book by visiting NLPG Blogs.

 

**Disclaimer:  I was provided a copy of this book from Master Books in exchange for my honest opinion, no other compensation was given.

 

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