As the 2020 presidential campaign draws to a conclusion (hopefully), I think it would be good to pause for a moment and consider how the current vitriol and divisiveness challenges the strengths of our union. Although some might argue this is nothing new in American politics; what is novel

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Johann Von Staupitz had no idea what he was getting into when he first met Martin Luther in 1506.  Luther had recently left his legal studies at the University of Erfurt to embrace a life of monastic rigor in the Augustinian monastery.  He brought with him a deepening spiritual crisis

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When I was growing up, whenever I would go on a trip without the family my father would turn to me just before I left and say, “Remember who you are.” As my own children now get older, I realize that who you are is not just shaped by your

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