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The lesson of Hannukah

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Submitted by David W. Lincoln (Canada), Jan 10, 2008 at 11:50

Balancing the different areas of life described by the Dutch theologian, and Prime Minister, Abraham Kuypers, in concert with the objective reality written about by C.S. Lewis in the essay, "The Way" (which is the middle essay of "The Abolition of Man") - it is good not to have one area dominate others. This is essentially what the Maccabee's were fighting for, and I see that the battle is still joined.

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