Katherine Stewart wrote an opinion piece about the recently opened Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C., saying that it is the focal point for many Christian Nationalists, hosting an “intensely politicized religion.”
Christmastide is never over. We carry the Light of Christ in our incarnate and complex lives, lives of betrayal, flight, fear, but also of faith that the Light will overcome the dark, always.
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