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Fun and games for the nonsecular world

Professor takes pride in her collection of religion-themed toys

For parents disgusted by violent and offensive toys this holiday season, Rebecca Sachs Norris, an assistant professor of religious studies at Merrimack College, offers toys and games that take God seriously.
By Douglas Belkin
Globe Staff / December 17, 2006

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For parents disgusted by the array of violent, nasty, and otherwise offensive toys aimed at Junior this holiday season, Rebecca Sachs Norris, an assistant professor of religious studies at Merrimack College, is here to offer hope. (Full article: 871 words)

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