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Famous American leaders speak against war

Edwin Starr sang the lyrics: “War, what’s it good for?”  That’s a good question. Some great American leaders have spoken out against war. Benjamin Franklin said: “What vast additions to the convenience and comforts of living might mankind have acquired if … Continue reading

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The Donkey Rider In Jerusalem

About 2,000 years ago a poor man from a tiny town rode into a big city on a borrowed donkey.  The story of that ride is more famous than American history’s “midnight ride of Paul Revere”.  It is the most famous donkey ride … Continue reading

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I Was Brainwashed By The Boy Scouts

Recently, as I was driving back to Nashville from a trip, the Boy Scout Law began to run through my mind. It begins with “A Scout is,” and then lists 12 character traits that include: trustworthy, friendly, courteous, kind, cheerful, … Continue reading

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Are We Back In The Dark Ages? (Or Martin Luther, Where Are You?)

There was an interesting product available in the medieval world, called an indulgence.  It was an official document marketed by the church that gave an individual permission to do wrong without it being held against him/her.  If someone had a … Continue reading

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