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A Place of Wholeness | Tapestry of Faith

Ancestral Tree

Greta Anderson

From A Place of Wholeness
Have you ever thought of our faith as an ancestral tree? It can be awe-inspiring to see the numerous roots and branches that make up our religious family.

Building Bridges | Tapestry of Faith

Lucretia Mott, the Brazen Infidel

Greta Anderson

From Building Bridges
Born in 1793, Lucretia Mott was raised a Quaker in Nantucket, Massachusetts. The faith had made inroads on that island almost a century before when Mary...
The Mormon Trail

Greta Anderson

From Building Bridges
How did an American religion that began with a boy praying in the woods become, in less than 200 years, a major world religion? How did a story as...
Martin Luther and the 95 Theses on the Power and Efficacy of Indulgences

Greta Anderson

From Building Bridges
NARRATOR: Martin Luther was born in 1483 in what is now Germany. He was christened in the Roman Catholic Church, like everyone else in the Holy Roman...

Riddle and Mystery | Tapestry of Faith

Gandhi's Truth

Greta Anderson

From Riddle and Mystery
You have probably seen pictures of the man from India known as "Gandhi:" a skinny, bald-headed man with wire-rimmed glasses, a white cloth wrapped aroun...
Rachel Carson Shapes Tomorrow

Greta Anderson

From Riddle and Mystery
"Better Living through Chemistry." This was the motto of one of America's leading corporations in the 1950s. Chemicals could make better clothing.

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