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I’ve grown to hate walking through my suburban Atlanta neighborhood. The unease has been building for years, but in the insane year of 2020, the tipping point has been reached. The misguidedness of too many of my neighbors can no longer be tolerated. The only thing that gives me comfort now is the knowledge that very soon I’ll be leaving for “redder” pastures.
Who knew that beneath the leafy, idyllic exterior of my suburban redoubt lurked so many hearts – or rather, minds – of darkness. I won’t say “hearts” because, after all, they mean well.
From President George Washington to President Abraham Lincoln, America’s forefathers used to speak of Providence. More than mere acknowledgement of a divine Creator, this reference hearkened to an active Mover of history. Until only recently, most Christians in the West understood that God is not a “divine watchmaker” (winding up His invention to then leave […]
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