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Rachel’s Weeping and Our Response

During the Christmas season we are confronted by two texts that not only speak to, but seem to arise out of, the grief that has swept this country in the wake of the mass murder of children and care-giving women … Continue reading

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The Tucson Atrocity

Like you I have been trying to get hold of my emotions and order my thoughts in the wake of the atrocity last week in Tucson. Indeed, it was not a tragedy, in which a well-intentioned person brings ruin upon … Continue reading

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