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Transfigured for Thanksgiving

Day One: Genuine thankfulness Holidays do not normally conjure up thoughts of holiness. We can enjoy rest at appointed times and, as citizens of this or another country, mark our national pastimes. We savor the chance to exchange gifts or to eat, drink, and be merry.... read more

The Exchange: Running the Race

The Exchange I remember running track as a little guy in grade school. Thanks to a zealous track coach, I had an inordinate amount of fear of dropping the baton. I ran the final leg in the relay and my exchanges were always clumsy due to the fact that I had convinced... read more

Halloween or Reformation Day?

Halloween or Reformation Day? What are we supposed to make of Halloween? I don’t think anyone really knows. Somehow, bizarrely, it has turned into a socially acceptable, culturally-embraced evening for children to dress up as ghosts, ninjas, princesses or athletes and... read more


THE BLIND LEADING THE BLIND When I read through the New Testament and come to the sections where the Pharisees really botch up the scriptures, I instinctively puff my chest out, because I’m nothing like those guys… except for the fact that I have the... read more

The Soul of a Nation

The Soul of a Nation As we desire to explore and examine the soul of a nation, one of the great virtues of democracy is that it seeks to provide equal political expression to all based upon the innate dignity of the human soul as it has been created in the image... read more
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