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Why Does Historical Knowledge Breed Effective Change?

As an April Fools’ gag a few years ago NPR published the following article: As you might imagine, the “comments” section was soon filled with folks who wished to opine about why America doesn’t read anymore. Likewise, every rising generation in the church wishes to offer critiques, often harsh critiques, of the Christians that precede them, even as they increasingly sound like the fools in the “comments” section who haven’t even read the story. A rebuke from David McCullough is fitting, "All problems have histories and the wisest route to a successful solution to nearly any problem begins with understanding its history. Indeed, almost any attempt to solve a problem without an understanding o

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