Catholic author believes that both online and offline gambling is allowed in his religion

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Samuel Appiah is a Catholic author from the city of Bangkok, Thailand who recently completed writing his third Christian book. This one is about Saint Andrew – one of the 12 apostles of Jesus Christ. Samuel was generous enough to send to me a free copy and I really enjoyed reading the book.

In his book, Samuel writes that Saint Andrew was a rare Jew as he used to believe that the Greek and Roman people were far superior to any other race on the face of the earth. Samuel adds that Saint Andrew was highly criticized for the same by the near and dear ones, but he didn’t care.

Samuel writes that Saint Andrew rightly predicted that there will come a time when the most trusted of the priests will molest the little ones and such times will be one of the symbols of the end times.

In his book, Samuel Appiah claims that Saint Andrew used to be a very lazy man before his conversion to the Christianity and each and every account proves the same. Samuel adds that Saint Andrew used to believe that the only reason why a young man can be lazy is because of the sexual impurity only.

Samuel also writes in his book that many of the Ukrainians and Russian that he ever met believe that Saint Olga of Novgorod should be given a special place in the church because she is the one who converted the greatest percentage of the Kievans to Christianity whereas Saint Andrew tried so hard to do the same but failed drastically. Samuel writes that Saint Andrew couldn’t convert many people of Kiev to Christianity even though he tried so hard but Saint Olga of Kiev did it with such an ease.

Samuel has mentioned that he still bets online and he doesn’t believe that a Catholic is not a good one if he gambles online or offline, which can also be verified at https://ashotoftruth.org

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