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December 25, 2010

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Frans Schaeffer

This is so timely!

I watched the pope yesterday on TV doing his thing on the xmas service, and I was just thinking that he was a perfect example of "Heathenish customs, Popish superstitions." mentioned in E. Woodwards mail(I mean Pamphlet--an earlier form of mail).

Also, the remark by E. Woodwards that, "since they cannot do *nothing*, they do worse than nothing" is still true.

thanks!

Frans Schaeffer

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