The Good Samaritan Turns the Other Cheek

In a world where antagonism is the norm, it becomes clearer that to turn the other cheek is much more than simply letting go of wrongs done to us. We must be like the good Samaritan. The Good Samaritan is a familiar parable, and so is the saying that you…

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Indiana Religious Objection Bill, Entitlement, Passover and the Feast Days of Unleavened Bread

What do gay activists, King Saul, King David, Job and probably you and I have in common? Some things that I hope you and I can agree upon: 1. Passover and the accompanying foot washing ceremony should teach us about humility.  2. In addition, the death of Jesus Christ for…

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