Mark Twain’s Reflections on Religion

Towards the end of his life Mark Twain dictated his Reflections on Religion, ensuring that these would not be made public for the next four hundred years. It did not work and they were published anyway. Twain’s thoughts reveal a disillusionment with Christians in general, as well as a failure to make sense out of God and Scripture. Isaiah and Paul address this topic and more.

Homily Isaiah 58 & Romans 2:28-3:4

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