Category Archives: Mercy

Forgiving Forward

Photo by Tim Hüfner on Unsplash “Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do.” At first blush, it appears that Jesus is excusing his executioners—as in, “They are really not at fault because they don’t understand what they … Continue reading

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On Washing Trump’s Feet–Or Kissing Him

I rarely, rarely watch night time news shows.  I find them annoying and predictable.  Sometimes, though, predictable is what I want. The other night, I watched a steady stream of CNBC news shows. I tuned into three shows for a … Continue reading

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