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Devasahayam, Biblical edible food

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Submitted by Infidel (Canada), May 29, 2008 at 23:32

Ducks, geese and chickens are edible according to the Bible. My information does not come from Garner Ted Armstrong, rather it comes from the Bible.

I may quote from the Bible, but I never tell people what they should do. You may read my articles, but they definitely are not instructions. And last of all, I wish to tell you that I truly enjoy your articles.

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