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An evening with Dennis Prager

A Jew and a Christian muse about goodness, loving God, and bacon

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An evening with Dennis Prager
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Sophia Lee

Sophia is a senior reporter for WORLD Magazine. She is a World Journalism Institute and University of Southern California graduate. Sophia resides in Los Angeles, Calif., with her husband.



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I have to agree with you Sophia.  It is a whole lot easier to hate the evil that is around us, rather than be troubled by the evil inside of us and our inability to overcome it.  It if was not for Jesus, we would have no assurance of the saving grace, we so desperately need that He freely gives us.