I wrote this three years ago. It seems even more timely to me now than then.
I’ve been thinking about this blog since I woke up this morning. I don’t know how it will turn out.
I love Thanksgiving because of all the holidays we celebrate, the only one with any true biblical commandment is Thanksgiving. We are never told in the Bible to celebrate Jesus’ birth or his resurrection with holy days. We are, however, told to give thanks many times. So, for me, this is a religious holiday, which might be why “Black Friday” and shopping the day after Thanksgiving is so distasteful and evil to me. But I digress.
For me it is religious, but for the vast majority of people Thanksgiving is a secular affair with parades and shopping and football. A new tradition has emerged though on the secular landscape. That tradition is the emergence of hand-wringing and guilty confessions of communal sin about the origins of…
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