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Josiah Daniels continues his previous post today. Be sure to follow his worthwhile theological reflections and those of his friends at Restoring Pangea. The Cross and the Lynching Tree PART 2 One of the most significant ways to gain … Continue reading
As I mentioned before, I wanted to offer some space on my blog to friends of mine who I think are doing some good work. One of those friends is Josiah Daniels. My blog focuses quite a bit on what … Continue reading