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Biblical and Spiritual Illiteracy?

In a recent study by The American Bible Society two groups, Millennials (age 18-29) and All Adults, were asked about sacred texts and the bible.  According to the polling 13% of all adults believe that no literature is sacred compared … Continue reading

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You Are Worthy, Mr. Herbert

Ambiguity that opens the door to many ways of thinking is at the heart of Anglicanism, I think, and the essence of George Herbert’s poetry too. This 17th century priest and poet appeared on the scene at a crucial moment … Continue reading

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