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The presence of artificial marks on a person’s body is not a flat rejection of God’s design. It is substituting one god for another.
The bold and unconventional former Yale chaplain became internationally renowned for his activism against the Vietnam War and in support of civil rights. He died at 81 of congestive heart failure.
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