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Text Message Prayers? Heaven Forbid

Anyone can make a buck these days, it seems. Submitted for your consideration: A Finnish service that answered people's prayers with a wireless phone text message sent by "Jesus." For about 1.20 euros ($1.52) per message, Finland residents could send...

Anyone can make a buck these days, it seems. Submitted for your consideration: A Finnish service that answered people's prayers with a wireless phone text message sent by "Jesus." For about 1.20 euros ($1.52) per message, Finland residents could send in their text message prayer, and later receive a heavenly response.

Finland's mobile content watchdog, MAPEL, has since shut the service down.

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