Opinion

Faith Perspectives – September 27, 2017

By Rev. John Campbell, United Presbyterian, Oakdale The first week of Fall, if one drives out of Nashville in any direction they will soon find evidence of harvesting. Fields are already combined, others are in progress, and a lot are waiting to be ready. The season has changed we are in the process of completing

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Letter: Keep WCH Thriving

Letter: Keep WCH Thriving At the age of 15, I started my first job working in the dietary department at Washington County Hospital. Working after school, weekends and every chance I got to save money to buy my first car. Nearly 9 years ago I decided that I wanted a career change from banking to

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The Apocalypse And Harry Potter – Faith Perspectives, September 20, 2017

The Apocalypse And Harry Potter By Rev. James Miller Trinity Lutheran Church, Nashville In our Lutheran theology, we speak of Revealed Knowledge and Natural Knowledge of God. The former means the Bible; God tells us about Himself through the writings of the Prophets and Evangelists. The latter means things we discover through the world around

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Letter: Thanks To All The Hurricane Relief Donors

What started as a crazy idea to load an enclosed trailer with diapers, wipes and formula for those affected by the recent hurricanes grew into a fully loaded 53’ semi trailer full of hurricane relief supplies for Texas and Florida. None of it would have been possible without the support provided by so many. We can’t say how thankful we

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Letter: KC Veterans Tribute Seeking New Names

Dear Editor, The Veterans Tribute is looking for veterans whose names are not on the original 2 walls (Phase I). We are collecting names to be inscribed on the 3 new walls (Phase II) which we plan to complete in early 2018. If you are a veteran, know of a relative or friend who is

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Letter: Fowler Brouhaha A Mountain From An Anthill

Regarding the brouhaha concerning Mr. Fowler’s recent anecdote in The Nashville News, it seems to me to be a classic case of making a mountain out of not a molehill but an anthill. Apparently the noise makers never were 15 years old, possibly having gone directly from infancy to adulthood. Now if the aforementioned noise

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Letter: Fowler Should Be Forgiven

Mr. Fowler put something in writing that should not have been printed. It is not all bad unless he was lusting. If anyone ever thinks lust it is also wrong. Now the good thing is that he apologized. This is good, it is now for everyone, UNLESS YOU ARE PERFECT, to forgive him. I do

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Letter: An Appeal For Information On WCH

I received an anonymous letter approximately August 19, signed by “Some Concerned Citizens for Washington County Hospital”. It was also mailed to local newspapers (above), but to my knowledge, it was not printed by them. They did not feel that anonymous hearsay information should be published. In case the newspapers decide to publish the letter,

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Faith Perspectives – September 6, 2017

By Scott T. Sharp, Pastor First Baptist Church Nashville In the old comic strip Pogo, one of the characters made this statement: “We have seen the enemy and he is us.” The same could be said about many churches today. The most harmful opposition to the church today is not what’s happening outside its walls,

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