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Anti-Catholic Protestant apologist Jason Engwer, who heads the Tribal blog site, takes some shots at the Assumption of Mary in his article, Luke Against Roman Catholic Mariology (10-24-21). I respond with similar arguments, using his incessantly skeptical and cynical (two can play this game) methodology. His words will be in blue. ***** Likewise, it is …

The Bank of Thailand (BoT) has trumpeted its success in helping pandemic-hit borrowers consolidate their debt, with its latest move aimed at further easing their repayment burdens. The BoT will now help individuals consolidate their mortgage and personal loan debts held with different lenders into one institution via refinancing. Previously, the central bank only allowed …

BANGKOK (Reuters) – Thailand’s central bank has allowed debt consolidation across all financial institutions to help retail debtors pay lower interest rates, an official said on Monday, as policymakers try to mitigate the impact of coronavirus outbreaks. Debtors can combine their unsecured debt with home loans from different banks, rather than from the same lenders …

Credit card debt is common in the United States, with the average American having a credit card balance of over $5,000 in 2020. With high interest payments and large principal balances, it can be difficult to pay off credit card debt, resulting in a snowball effect that makes deleveraging difficult, if not impossible. A common …