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Pitch Madness # B-17 MG Contemporary: PROJECT: SINNERS CAN BE SAINTS

Monday, 12 March 2012  |  Posted by Brenda Drake
# B-17: MG Contemporary: PROJECT: SINNERS CAN BE SAINTS
Twelve-year-old Emily Pincus decides to scientifically prove she can be a loving person even though she’s not a conservative Mennonite like most of her family. The resulting novel is a copy of her science report.
PROJECT: SINNERS CAN BE SAINTS

A science experiment by Emily Pincus

PURPOSE OF EXPERIMENT

·  To prove I can be a nicer person than my cousin Anna.

·  To prove my cousin Anna is an idiot.

·  To prove I can be a loving person.

ABSTRACT

Everyone knows that Jesus never stopped talking about love which means that if you’re Christian, you should be a more loving person. That doesn’t always seem to be the case, though. The world is full of nice non-Christians (case in point: me on a good day) and jerky Jesus freaks (case in point: Anna on a bad day). This project looks at whether it’s possible to be a loving person without being a mega-Christian. I, Emily Pincus, undertook this challenge over a 31-day period. Throughout the experiment I experienced successes and failures, but if you want to know more, you’ll have to keep reading.

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