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Thank you for opening a Christian board. I look forward to gaining valuable insight from both you and other Christians who post on this board.

I am a Christian living in rural Nebraska, where I make a living as a Christian counselor and psychotherapist.

I have a question concerning the propriety of a Christian owning such equities as VO, RJR, MO, BUD, etc. I do not wish to judge those who do own such stocks, but is it correct for a Christian to keep these equities in his/her portfolio...considering what they do for a living? If it is improper for a Christian to own such stocks, where does one draw the line (a la Calvert Group, etc?)?

In His name,
Ken Connor
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