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JFK – “Ask Not …”

On January 20, 1961, John F. Kennedy (JFK), the second youngest President of the United States, was sworn into office (The youngest was Theodore Roosevelt at 42). Kennedy was the first Roman Catholic to be elected to that position by a very slim margin of 118,000...

Who is My Neighbor?

Young religious legal experts were always asking Jesus questions, trying to stump or trap him into an answer they could use against him in some way. Kind of like our modern-day press corps, except that these 1st century Jewish young guns were probably better educated....

Standing on Conviction

Standing on conviction can be an intimidating and scary proposition. Publicly standing on an unpopular conviction, in the woke “cancel culture” of our day can perhaps drive even the braver hearts to seek shelter. There is much hatred in the land today aimed at...