This town's most prolific scribe on the topic of faith and morals takes a moment to consider how locals can lead "lives of compassion, justice, mercy and love."
And then he concludes his inspiring post with ritual bashing of a Missouri politico whilst referencing "blood on his hands" and otherwise regurgitating talking points crafted by smarter consultants working inside the Beltway.
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A primary purpose of religion is to help people understand their purpose and the broader purpose of human life itself. That task often issues in such questions as: "Why are we here?" And: "What gives life meaning?" And: "What does...