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Ash Wednesday - by Rev. Dustin Bartlett

Ash Wednesday

by Rev. Dustin Bartlett

There’s something compelling about Ash Wednesday.  Something draws us into church in greater numbers, and with a greater sense of urgency, than is typical for a weekday church service.  693 more words

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The Virtues of Free Speech

| by Michael A. Sherlock |

Free speech must include the right to offend. Granted, there are limitations upon free speech which do serve valuable and necessary functions — such as the prohibition against incitement to violence, or the prohibition concerning the deliberate causing of a panic that would likely result in imminent injury, etc. 789 more words

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The Quint | Patriarchy At Its Peak: No Voter ID for Single Girls in Bhadohi

India has been hailed as the largest democracy in the world and we all take pride in the fact that we have had universal adult franchise since day 1 of us being a Republic. 139 more words

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The Quint: ‘PM Modi is practising Polarisation’ Opposition Slams PM Modi

The Congress party is likely to approach the Election Commission on Monday over Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s statements at a rally in Fatehpur, Uttar Pradesh on Sunday where he said that the ruling Samajwadi Party government is playing politics over religion. 102 more words

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Fake News and Tribalism: Your Team Does It, Too

| by Malhar Mali |

I can’t be the first person to have noticed that whenever someone makes a political statement more often than not it’s met with the dismissive response: 1,435 more words

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Stone Soup - by Rev. Dustin Bartlett

Stone Soup

by Rev. Dustin Bartlett

Revised: February 18, 2017

Stone Soup

by Rev. Dustin Bartlett

What follows is my own version of an old folk tale.  1,692 more words

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