Spent the first half of the program looking at the centrality of thanksgiving as a Christian virtue, attitude, and action, and then looked briefly at a recent convert story, and then a tweet on the perpetual virginity of Mary that led to a whole discussion of how traditions develop and why we must be able to examine them by Scripture.
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By James White — 7 months ago
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By James White — 11 months ago
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