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Scott Free

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To listen to this reflection as a podcast, click here. When Southern states began agitating in 1861 to leave the Union and form the Confederate States of America, not everyone was enthusiastic. Every county in the state of Tennessee, for example, was required to vote separately on this crucial issue.  In Scott County, located in the northeastern part of the state,… Read more »

Freedom For

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A talk show interviewer once asked the late Billy Graham, “Do you drink alcoholic beverages?”  “No, I don’t,” came the reply.  We can forgive the interviewer for thinking at this point, This is going to be fun.  He asked, “Then I suppose you think alcohol is evil?”  “Not at all,” said Billy.  “The fact of the matter is that I… Read more »

The Final Freedom

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Viktor Frankl yearned to make a contribution to humanity. As a respected young psychiatrist in Vienna before World War II, he had meticulously prepared the manuscript for a book that he dared to believe might help change the world.  Since he and his wife were not yet parents, he called it “my mental child.”  Then the Nazis came to power. … Read more »