TAG: ANTHEM CONTROVERSY


Can the Anthem Become an Idol? MATT INGALLS COMMENTARY

In the year 112, two women led the Christian congregation in Bithynia (modern Turkey). We know almost nothing about them: neither names, nor stories. We do know they were enslaved, which meant their rights were limited—no right to marry, have control of their own bodies, keep their children, make money, etc. BY MATT INGALLS/RELEVANT MAGAZINE Their station in the world would have depended entirely upon the will of their master(s), who...

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