The Hollander Fires

12 Jan

Pastor Steve Mathonnet-VanderWell reprises a little-known state-of-affairs in Iowa during World War I–and connects it to some perspectives loudly presented today:

• Clannish, insular immigrants who refuse to assimilate • Large families and achieving kids that quickly overshadow other residents • Loyalty given to foreign, even adversarial, governments • Houses of worship where foreign languages are spoken • Dominating clergy who browbeat their people • Houses of worship set afire by arsonists It is time for us to awaken to the

Source: The Hollander Fires – THE TWELVE

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