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Title: (prewrite) The mark of the beast

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Subject: Book Reports
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Date: June 29, 1999
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So it should be no surprise that Satan known as Arnold friend or (An old friend) was attracted to Connie. Connie, a fifteen year old girl, not yet a woman, but already a narcissist, was damned from the beginning. I feel we can blame her parents for not bothering with church (pp 380) or even for not bothering with her...

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Maybe we can blame Connie for knowing that she was pretty and being shallow, or maybe we can blame god for not protecting her or teaching her regardless of her parents. No matter whom the blame belongs to all of us can learn a lesson from this example. Connie was stuck in her head with "trashy daydreams" and feelings of disproval by her own mother, which made her vulnerable to Satan...

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