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Old 24 September 2007, 08:54 PM
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Originally Posted by Canuckistan View Post
Or, Choice 3: in a humanitarian gesture, put aside some of your profits for relief efforts. Why must Bibles play a role in any of this, considering food, water and shelter would be much more useful in a disaster-ravaged area?
But if bibles were being requested, why shouldn't they give bibles?


I am conflicted though. Even though bibles were requested, I think other materials were of more importance. If I was in charge of the company, I would have used some of my profits to buy raw materials (food, water, pay for rent). I would have not just sent money as I feel that it would not have been used properly by the governing agencies.

Just what I would have done, but then again; if people were requested bibles, a great company to fulfill that request is a bible making company.
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