“Have you ever visited a barn where cows and horses stay? Would you want to keep a baby in a place where cows sleep? What do you think Mary and Joseph used for their beds?” Janice D. Green asks in her book, The First Christmas, when she writes about Jesus being born.
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Because women are usually the victims, I’ll refer to the abuser as male.
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“Find the boy from the mall. If you identify him, prove to me he’s not my son. I’ll be able to let this go. Otherwise, I have a feeling it will haunt me for the rest of my life,” Kate pleads in Irene Hannon’s novel, Deceived.
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“Since freeing Bodhi last night, a constant thundering had rolled over her heart with the weight of a boulder, and she still couldn’t bring herself to read Mother’s letters. The way forward included Bodhi Locke, whether she liked it or not,” Bonnie S. Calhoun writes in her novel, Thunder.
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