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When Bill Withers passed away it was all over Facebook. The top hit of his illustrious career was Lean on Me. It ranked #7 when it was released in 1972, the

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The delta dawn is always different with the changing tide of seasons. The early purpled light becomes a red that slowly scrubs the sun until the skies are clear white.

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In a recent online exchange, I posted a photo of an icon that showed the Virgin Mary with a breast partially uncovered. While some of the discussion centered around the

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This piece originally appeared on the Website for Wayhouse Media on August 21, 2020. Matt Allbritton, the owner of Wayhouse, has joined the contributing authors at Faith on View. Essays

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It is not uncommon for professors at Christian colleges and universities to begin class with prayer. I attended public schools through high school. I attended public colleges until I transferred

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-For S. They had promised us a meteor shower, but all we saw were lightning bugs. Down the street, you could hear the lowing and occasional roars of livestock, the

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I've been teaching art in college for many years now. On the first day of class, I always tell students that the way they learn in an art class is

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A poem, Epiphany 2022 I have begun to wonder if we have not found God because we think we do not have time to gaze at the stars. We could

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The comment below came across my Twitter and it struck me… but, not in a good way. “The Holy Spirit does not use movies. He uses whatever Scripture is in

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It is embarrassing to admit but December 23, 2021, completely slipped by me. As I was doing last-minute Christmas shopping for my wife and kids I didn’t even notice that

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  It is that time of year! Faith on View published 70 essays in 2021. Here are our 10 most popular for your enjoyment. #1 Cruz Reynoso: An Obituary by Rondall

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The contemporary Christian rock group Petra dedicated an entire album to the theme of spiritual warfare when they released This Means War in 1987.  With a title track that channeled

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