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How Can You Be So Sure?

Talking about conviction last week (https://sonjaandersonbooks.com/2014/09/14/fred-fred-use-your-head-a-plea-for-common-sense/) got me thinking–how do you ever reach a place where you can be so sure of something? Even the head of the Anglican Church was quoted this week saying he “had doubts” sometimes. Doesn’t … Continue reading

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“Everyone is Everywhere”–Os Guiness

“No one will know,” I thought. Living alone and far from home in Tokyo about 25 years ago, I was trying to decide whether or not to sleep in or get up and go to church. Who would care? How … Continue reading

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