No Man Is An Island

Seen through the lens of Western culture, the response of the nation of Israel to a man named Achan seems excessive and Taliban-like.  All Achan did was take a little stash for himself from the victorious battle against the Jericho-ites. Who would miss a beautiful robe and a little cash? By the same reasoning, how... Continue Reading →

Compassion and the Leper

In an ancient middle eastern village a leper took up his usual place. He sat on his tattered carpet with a tin cup waiting for whatever would clink from the passersby of his little world. He stayed there from dawn to dusk, no matter what the weather. His meal that night would depend on what... Continue Reading →

How much can I keep?

The man was wealthy and young. Luck had gone his way, and he had amassed a large amount of money and property. He used his money in make more investments and purchase his way into the power structures of his community. Those who knew him believed him to be an upstanding and religious person. If... Continue Reading →

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