Monthly Archives: November 2016

Our Faith, Our Vote

Emma Roller wrote recently in the NY Times that “The strongest bias in American politics is not a liberal bias or a conservative bias; it is a confirmation bias, or the urge to believe only things that confirm what you … Continue reading

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God in the Voting Booth

Selected Scripture /25th Sunday after Pentecost / Year “A”/November 6, 2016 Come with me back to 1729. The pastor at Tewksbury Congregational Church likely preached an election day sermon as did our Puritan forebears.  They would speak about the call … Continue reading

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