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Lessons from the Exodus

Lessons from the Exodus

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Faith & Inspiration | If you are fortunate enough to live within driving distance of either Lancaster, Pa., or Branson, Mo., you must go to the Sight and Sound Theater before you…

My Forrest Gump moment

My Forrest Gump moment

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Race Issues | A woman, my granddaughter, and I recently went to see The Nutcracker in Philadelphia. On the walk to the Market-Frankfort El line we passed a shop with a T-shirt…

The big names in the news

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Faith & Inspiration | It’s time to trot out the newsmakers of the year—that annual list of people that you and I are never on. For 2014 expect such luminaries as Kim…

New Year’s house cleaning

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Religion | One doesn’t picture the pope with a dust rag or Hoover, but Francis did a little housecleaning at the Vatican last week in time for New Year’s. An annual…

A New Year’s resolution from Scripture

A New Year’s resolution from Scripture

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Faith & Inspiration | “Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who has no need to be ashamed, rightly handling the word of truth” (2 Timothy 2:15,

Thinking from above, not below

Thinking from above, not below

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Faith & Inspiration | “Too little too late” is a phrase invented by the devil. For thoughts invented by the devil, see James: “This is not the wisdom that comes down from…

Always one generation from ignorance

Always one generation from ignorance

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Faith & Inspiration | It is horrifying to see how many young people have never heard of the main characters of the Bible. It’s not their fault, of course. How can they know if…

‘Because there was no place for them in the inn’

‘Because there was no place for them in the inn’

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Faith & Inspiration | The distance from Nazareth to Bethlehem is 70 miles. The terrain is mountainous through Cana and barren wilderness from Jericho to Bethlehem. It is winter.

No Samantha shortcuts

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Faith & Inspiration | In the 1960s there was a silly sitcom called Bewitched about a likeable and pretty suburban witch named Samantha who marries a human. Her husband Darrin forbids…

The Bible for the sake of Western civilization

The Bible for the sake of Western civilization

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Faith & Inspiration | At Christmastime our church has a tradition of matching willing givers to needy local children who may not have anything under their tree—or even a tree. My…

Not looking for a baby

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Faith & Inspiration | In Walt Disney’s Sleeping Beauty , Maleficent, who has sent her henchmen over hill and dale in obsessive pursuit of a certain princess named Aurora, is…

All’s well in Warren

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Religion | I just got through to the secretary of the mayor’s office of the Detroit suburb of Warren, Mich., and asked her if there is a holiday display this year at…

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