A.C. Snow

September 19, 2015 3:00 PM

Religion can lead us down conflicting paths

In Kentucky case, it’s difficult to discern Christian conscience and non-Christian prejudice

Some of my Baptist relatives were concerned when I married a Methodist

That water from the River Jordan can be pretty dirty

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