Monthly Archives: May 2018


(Editor’s Note: This article first appeared on The article and photo are used with permission. Rob Sellers is emeritus professor of theology and missions at Logsdon Seminary and chair of the Parliament of the World’s Religions.) By ROB SELLERS Sugar and spice, thunder and lightning, picnics and ants, ocean and waves, washers and dryers, children and laughter, Baptists and Muslims. If you

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By DANNY MINTON To most of us, loud noises can be irritating. It started years ago when we were just babies. A loud bang, rattle or abrupt noise would send us off into a crying spell. We didn’t realize at the time what it represented, only that it was irritating and required us to express our lack of satisfaction with

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