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Several years ago, I met an electrical engineer from India who impressed me very much.

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Elizabeth Scalia woke up furious, thinking about scandals in the Church of Rome, Pentecost and a famous courtroom rant in the movie “... And Justice for All.”

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Do you know anyone who still has their Easter decorations up in their home?

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It was the rare Billy Graham Evangelistic Association event in which Graham was in the audience — incognito in a hat and dark glasses — and his brother-in-law Leighton Ford was in the pulpit.

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Like all historic private universities, Baylor University — chartered in 1845 by the Republic of Texas — has its share of beloved traditions.

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General surveys and census reports often ask people about their religion with a list of traditions and the additional choice, “none of the above.”

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It was one of those General Conference debates in which the regional accents of the United Methodists at the microphones were part of the drama.

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In his rule for monasteries, St. Benedict gives the instruction: “All guests who present themselves are to be received as Christ.”