Happy Thanksgiving!

Classes and work are done for the week, and we’re preparing for the arrival of family later this morning, so I’m taking a moment to wish all four of my blog readers a safe and happy Thanksgiving. I’ll return on Monday.

(If you’re looking for reading material, this is a fun post about what the first Thanksgiving was really like. You can even think about how, in just a couple of centuries, oral tradition has greatly changed the reality of what actually happened in Plymouth that day, and what that means for the oral traditions that shape much of the Bible.)

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