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The (Other) S-Word, Part 10: Filled

Today is Pentecost, which according to some is the second-most important Sunday in the Christian year (after Easter). But in a lot of churches, it just feels a lot like any other Sunday. That’s too bad, and a lot of … Continue reading

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The A-Word, Part 1

A few weeks ago, in The First Word, I suggested that the word ‘in’ could be Christianity’s answer to the meditative syllable ‘om’ used by Hindus. But if you don’t connect with in, maybe try am on for size. What am I talking about, … Continue reading

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