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A Lesson in Political Opposition

[An archived post for Inauguration Day on how political opponents can treat one another with love and care, and what this taught me about the love of God for ancient Aramean generals forced to bow to idols.] Friends Across the … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the State of the Union Address and Finding Peace with God

[From the archives.] Friends Across the Congressional Aisle Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords didn’t make it to the State of the Union Address in 2011. She was in an Arizona hospital, having been rushed there just a few days before when a … Continue reading

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How a Modern Congresswoman and an Ancient General Taught Me about Peace with God

The Congresswoman and the General Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords didn’t make it to the State of the Union Address in 2011. She was in an Arizona hospital, having been rushed there just a few days before when a gunman shot her … Continue reading

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