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Will and Kate's Wedding: What It Says To A Watching World

October 17, 2017

Will and Kate's wedding today communicated so many significant and worthwhile things to the estimated 2 billion people who watched. A writer who goes by the name "hogan" at Redstate has some thoughtful insights on the significance of the wedding.. Here is an excerpt:

It can hardly be bad - for whatever flaws of the people involved - to remind people through the broadcast of a high religious ceremony that Christ is Lord. It can hardly be bad to have 2 billion people hear a Christian reminder of the importance of marriage in furthering mankind. It can hardly be bad to remind people that for all its flaws, the Anglo-influence has indeed made the world a far better place.

You can read the entire post here.

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