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Despite my best efforts to convince him, my husband has forbidden me from contributing anything at all to this project.
Not only has he made it clear to me that I'm not to add any more content to this encyclopedia he wants me to delete the sum of the edits I have made thus far.
I told him that once the edits are made I had no control or rights to have the edits rescinded. He accused me of not being willing to submit to his authority as the head of our household...after much prayer and soul searching I came to the same conclusion.
While it breaks my heart, I must ask that the entirty of I Samuel be deleted.
I sincerely pray for this wonderful project, I ask the Lord Jesus Christ to continue using this blessed venue to unceaselessly proclaim the Truth and to fight the forces of evil that subvert the righteousness that (once) made America great. It is only with God that our country can ever have a chance to reclaim the souls of our children.
Blessings upon you all and peace from our Lord Jesus Christ.
MargeryCampbell 00:36, 22 March 2008 (EDT)
- This article cannot be deleted because other writers contributed to it. DanH 00:38, 22 March 2008 (EDT)
- I'm not sure that you understand my request; my husband has demanded that I must obey him, (and as a good wife I'm bound to honor his decision), while I will not resort to what amounts to vandalism (by deleting my work) I must ask you to reconsider. MargeryCampbell 00:47, 22 March 2008 (EDT)
- Here is the totality of the other writers' "contributions":
My husband has recently "abdicated his authority" over me. I therefore will reinstate the article in toto. MargeryCampbell 07:08, 18 April 2008 (EDT)
- This article is copied from the 1913 Catholic encyclopedia article, except for some removals and minor rewording. (Original article is at Wikisource here. In fact, judging from the remnants of wiki code in the Sources section, it was probably copied from that page.) I suggest using the entire Catholic Encyclopedia article and adding the public domain template. Usual disclaimers apply. -CSGuy 18:25, 2 May 2008 (EDT)