Russian novelist Fyodor Dostoevsky wrote The Gambler in 1866. In this autobiographical novel, he offered a personal understanding of the psychology and physiology of the compulsive, addicted gambler. He documented characteristics such as the need for stimulation, feelings of social inferiority, and low self-esteem. He wrote to finance his own self destructive gambling habit but perhaps opened the eyes of others to the dangers of compulsive gambling. Continue reading “How Can One Overcome Addiction To Gambling?”
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In Proverbs 6:16-17 the wise man Solomon expresses God’s thinking about abortion. “There are six things which Jehovah hateth: yea, seven which are an abomination unto him: haughty eyes, a lying tongue, AND HANDS THAT SHED INNOCENT BLOOD . . .” Each day in America, where respect for human life has been upheld in the past, there are now 3,500 human lives that are put to death! Continue reading “Where In The Bible Will I Find: That Abortion Is Right With God?”