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Special Installment: Beyond the Lectionary Old and tattered flags are fetching good prices these days. We value these flags, but what values does Old Glory symbolize?... more
David captures a hill and names it after himself. But there were some strongholds more difficult to conquer.... more
A US passport is strong, but it is not the strongest in the world. The apostle Paul talks about a passport that shatters racial and religious barriers.... more
Drive-thru restaurants were an innovation in 1948. Today, robots that make tossed salads and self-driving cars that deliver pizza are innovative. Go back to the scene when Jesus feeds 5,000 people with virtually no food on hand. That's innovative!... more
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