Jesus was referred to in Isaiah 53 as having no beauty or majesty, of low esteem and despised. It is the moments in life when we are not certain tomorrow will ever come that true character is revealed. Is Jesus worth celebrating?
Originally published at Let There Be Movies.
By The Lutheran Satire
Far too often, most of us get swept up in the activities and news of the day that it's easy to become cynical. Through our television sets we're bombarded by pundits who do little more than yell at one...
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A common fallacy in semantics.
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