1. General Christian
“Let each of you look not only to his own interests, but also to the interests of others.” Philippians 2:4 (ESV)  “Liberty” has been central to identity in the USA for centuries, from Patrick Henry’s famous “give me liberty, or give me death” to our national anthem celebrating “the land of the free.” Religious liberty, […]
  1. General Christian
  Isaiah 6:1-8, Matthew 25:14-30             This passage from Matthew is the second of three which contain very hard sayings.  All three talk about a coming judgment time in which some are chosen, and others are rejected.  The passage before this talks about the young maidens who weren’t ready for the […]
  1. General Christian
Could our nation possibly be more divided than it is today? One side of the political spectrum calls for racial justice, while the other decries concepts like white privilege and systemic racism as “unpatriotic.” One side recognizes Joe Biden as the president-elect, while the other adamantly believes baseless conspiracy theories about election fraud. One side […]
  1. Buddhist
Perhaps because of unhappy memories from school, many of us tend to think of grammar books as dry-as-dust bore-a-thons obsessing about distinctions (“that” versus “which,” “affect” versus “effect”) that are hard to grasp and slip from our minds almost as soon as we’ve finished reading about them. This is despite the welcome arrival of entertaining […]

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