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A Thanksgiving Precedent: What Really Happened in Plymouth?

As with so many of our national holidays, Thanksgiving is now a contentious subject. Formerly a time of celebration and gratitude, many critics today maintain that it stands as little more than an emblem of our nation’s racist past. But is this an accurate reading of the first Thanksgiving? What actually transpired at Plymouth in the fall of 1621? In this article, Dr. Glenn Sunshine helps to restore a proper historical perspective on Thanksgiving.

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Eco-anxiety and Hope

Current environmental commentators have contributed to the modern psychological phenomenon of “eco-anxiety,” having you believe humanity is on the verge of extinction due to environmental destruction. While this claim is exaggerated, as God’s stewards, we can look to Him for hope, knowing that He will someday restore all things.

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