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March 22, 2005

Building nations without chests

Also form The Christian Post:

Over 1,300 churches answered a call to stand up against human trafficking in Norway, raising nearly $4.5 million for the cause in just one day.

Norwegian Church Aid (NCA), which mobilized the churches on March 15, reported record numbers in donations for its one-day, door-to-door Lenten fundraising campaign. After a long night of counting funds, it said the total stood at nearly $4.5 million, a 20 percent increase from the year before.

Norway is one of those “enlightened” European nations that legalized prostitution. Now, for some unexplained reason they are having a problem with Norwegian women and children being sold as sex slaves. Rather than admitting that they've normalized immorality and are reaping the inevitable results, they're going to throw some money at the problem, and see if it will go away. Oh, and it is the Churches in Norway that are trying to do something, however futile, not the government, nor the Liberals who legalized prostitution.

Posted by Danny Carlton at March 22, 2005 08:58 AM

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