Checking Luke 15-20

Even the most familiar Bible stories can present translation problems. The account of Zacchaeus meeting Jesus is one such story. We’ve heard it in Sunday School and we’ve sung “Zacchaeus was a wee little man.”

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Diversity and God’s purposes

Reprinted by permission from the author Paul Frank

Linguistic and cultural diversity are often assumed to be the curse of Babel. But we’re mistaken if we conclude that the resultant diversity of languages and peoples was contrary to God’s eternal purposes. The scene that the Apostle John saw around the throne of God was what . . . →Read More:Diversity and God’s purposes

Panama Canal Expansion

Thousands of Panamanians streamed toward Paraiso,a small town along the Canal,to celebrate a double ceremony:the beginning of the expansion and the 30th anniversary of the signing of the Torrijos-Carter treaty. Go here to see a video of the Panama Canal Railway going alongside all the cars.

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