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Thanksgiving and Pilgrims: Good or Evil?

An early childhood memory is my second-grade Thanksgiving classroom party. We decorated our space, and dressed in paper Pilgrim hats and belt buckles to receive parents who pretended to be astonished by our creativity. The affair stamped a lasting, positive image of American Thanksgiving on an 8-year-old heart. But not

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Happy Birthday, George Washington

The 286th birthday of George Washington comprises a fitting time to be reminded of the remarkable character of America’s first president. Our good friend Elizabeth Youmans recently pointed us to an article at Breaking Christian News by Eddie Hyatt, “PRESIDENT’S DAY: THIS NATIVE AMERICAN PROPHECY IS STUNNINGLY ACCURATE IN DESCRIBING

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