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  1. Craig Scribner
    May 26, 2015

    Why is there a bowl of cereal?

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  2. Little Images
    May 26, 2015

    We wondered who’d ask that first:) One of the biggest pushers of MGM in the USA was John Harvey Kellogg (late 1800s). Of Kellogg’s Corn Flakes fame. Without Dr. Kellogg, MGM might never have become so popular here.

    As strange as this sounds, Corn Flakes were developed for some of the same (misguided) pseudo-medical reasons, for which Kellogg’s friend Sylvester Graham came up with Graham crackers, too.

    Doctors of the time had all kinds of disturbing “remedies” for boys and girls, including MGM. We’ll post a link a little later.

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  3. Jennifer Keune Reed
    May 26, 2015

    Thank for this article!

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  4. Kerry Harrison
    June 3, 2015

    Carrie O’Connell this article is so good!! Excellent info! 😊💙👍

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  5. Lynn Beiber
    June 9, 2015

    Well, that was very informative. What does PM mean?

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  6. Trina Weidenbach Wood
    June 9, 2015

    #2 is so important, because most Christians have no idea that modern medical circumcision is not at all what old testament circumcision was. Read more in the article, but a snippet here: “The Old Testament’s milah circumcision is by all accounts not the same procedure that is practiced in the USA today. The modern procedure removes many times more tissue and multiple functions. Among Jewish scholars and documentary evidence, including from the Old Testament itself, there is no doubt that the ancient Jewish procedure was much less drastic.”

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  7. Pete Keay
    June 9, 2015

    Trina: that’s the subject of my Master’s thesis, which will be finished… eventually. It’s not that there’s evidence out there that OT circumcision was the same; it’s just the assumption most people make.

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