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Lot’s Daughters and the Burdens They Bore

“Have you ever known sisters to deliver babies on the same day?” asked Hodesh. “Never,” replied her fellow midwife, Jemima. “But if rumors are true, there is reason for this ‘coincidence.’” “I do not traffic in rumors.” “Of course not, … Continue reading

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How to Blog about Family – a lesson from Hagar and God

[From the archives.] Bloggers face a dilemma about naming names when it comes to writing about family. Do we use real names? Aliases? What about using no names at all, just general referents such as wife, daughter, son? I have … Continue reading

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How To Write About Family

Bronwyn Lea recently wrote about the dilemma of naming names when it comes to writing about family. Do we use real names? Aliases? What about using no names at all, just general referents such as wife, daughter, son? I have … Continue reading

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