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Let me tell you about Louis Slotin, one of the early scientists who were working with the effects of radioactive uranium. On May 21, 1946, he was experimenting to find how long it would take for uranium to be triggered into an unstoppable reaction. He was doing that by pushing two hemispheres together then pulling them apart with a screwdriver at the last moment. On this day the screwdriver slipped. Instead of ducking out of the way he took off his gloves and tore the hemispheres apart with his hands, this stopped the chain reaction. His efforts saved seven others in the room, but He died nine days later in agony. Twenty centuries ago the Son of the living God walked directly into sin’s most concentrated radiation. He allowed himself to be touched by its curse, and He let it take His life. By that act he broke the chain reaction … the chain reaction of sin.

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