Ruth is incredibly romantic and powerful

Ruth is incredibly romantic and powerful
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I apologize in advance for the length of the question.The book of Ruth is incredibly romantic and powerful, but I don’t understand the legal portion of the drama: Now Boaz had gone up to the gate and sat down there. And behold, the redeemer, of whom Boaz had spoken, came by. So Boaz said, “Turn as…

4 Comments

  • Reply December 29, 2018

    Guest;

    was she an illegal migrant? Larry Dale Steele

  • Reply December 29, 2018

    Guest;

    Yes she was I think we can start at the beginning and see it time and time again

  • Reply December 29, 2018

    Guest;

    We just want to love our neighbors on our terms.. and just to take it out of the Bible our ancestors came and took this land from its rightful owners murdering innocent men women and children as they done it

  • Reply January 5, 2019

    Guest;

    Modern American conservatives keep repeating the mantra, “Illegal immigrants are criminals.” The State of New Jersey just passed a law making hundreds of thousands of gun owners into “illegal” owners of “high-capacity” magazines. With the stroke of pen – in exactly the same way some immigration was made “illegal” by Congress.
    Then they keep repeating the mantra, “illegal immigrants bring infectious diseases.” Now the State of California is pushing a bill to make vaccinations for adults mandatory. ‘Cause, you know, safety from infectious diseases is worth taking away your liberty.
    This, only in the last couple of weeks.
    So, conservatives, how many more such things need to happen for you to realize that whatever you want the government to do to the stranger, it will do it to you, too? How long before you realize that God is not mocked, and He always administers to you your own medicine?

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