I will speak initially this morning from the perspective of a minority religion and culture, that of the Jewish people, but not exclusively.
Sermons for 2011
Early this past week, a third-year student at a rural state college wrote an editorial for the newspaper there, noting that “in a country that prides itself on being the land of equality, we are not all equal, not even close.”
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