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When You Need Christ’s Love, Leave It to The Samaritans

By Paige Hardy | May 22, 2019

I was raped my freshman year at Baylor University. With my life turned upside down, the efforts of the religious community were fruitless. Instead, the Good Samaritans in my life, many of them gay or bisexual, modeled Christ’s love.

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