In May of 2000, a musician from Maryland named Kent Ashcraft wrote to Dr. Laura Schlessinger...
I appreciate the creative way in which the author made his point!
Loved this in the West Wing and love it even more in this original extended version.
Clever and funny
Dr. Laura Schlessinger also insisted that without a belief in God a person is not capable of acting morally or ethically. Just a bit narrow minded. About lots of things.
Marvelous and hilarious.
Don’t you just love cherry-pickers?
The mixing of fibers in Leviticus applied specifically to wool and linen (I personally eschew poly-cotton sheets). Why then did the very pious in the 17th-19th wear linsey-woolsy so much, even if it was a less expensive cloth?