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Author: Rev. Bernie Seter

The Politics of WHO

The WHO is in the news lately for many reasons. I couldn’t help but think what the conversation between two political parties might be like over the organization or at least a discussion of defunding the WHO.  I leave it...

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Created for Worship

I found this in one of my old note books.  It is a quote from a professor who quoted Luther but I never wrote down who it was. It is characteristic of Luther that he never deals with man on his own. He is not interested in a...

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Balm In Gilead

  When I was a student at the seminary in St. Louis there was a big building called the Beaumont Building. I don’t remember exactly what was ensconced in that building when I was there but there was a time when it was full...

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Rich Supply

When all this faldoral started it is important to remember that “flattening the curve” was the big deal.  No one really explained what it meant .  Some thought it had to do with making the virus disappear but it...

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