Explanations of where we are from are often complicated and drawn out. There are caveats. There are footnotes. There are family and personal and cultural nomadic histories. We assign great significance to having a home base, even if it's inexact. As we build relationships, we value knowing respective origins. Inevitably we ask, "Where's home for you?"
Looking at several scriptures in the pentateuch, prophets, and writings, we see a specific motif, "son of God." Upon closer inspection, the glory and divinity of this figure, based on the text, points to a somewhat startling conclusion.
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Several moments ago I read a profound, illustrated narrative that captures Holocaust history with fresh eyes and emotion. The story’s depth and the subject matter’s intensity are especially impressive because this 170-page graphic novel was entirely penned—word and drawing—by a Maryland middle schooler, Korean-American Christopher Huh. Huh sent Jews for Jesus a copy of his book. It was my privilege to read and review it here.