Where church and Demosthenian intersect

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I know a few of my readers are less interested in Universalist theology than the fact that we're members of the same collegiate debating society. Howdy, Demosthenians!

On Sunday, before I walk to church, I watch a PBS show, Religion and Ethics Newsweekly, which I dub "the farm report." News to keep up with the business, you know.

The last feature was from Athens, Georgia, home of the University of Georgia.

Youth Group's "Random Act of Kindness" Leads to Bomb Scare

Religion and Ethics Newsweekly stories
(all the way at the bottom of the page)

The news story doesn't mention that First Presbyterian is immediately behind City Hall, and that the cannon the Double-Barrelled Cannon is something of an eccentric Athens landmark, and that it points at the corner of the church property.

Link: the cannon

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