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An invitation and an argument

Last week, while driving through central New York, I saw two signs with calls to be Christian but totally different approaches.

The first, painted on a farm stand sign along Route 20, read:

Jesus loves you. Love him back.

I kept reflecting on that for the rest of the drive out.

Maybe it prepared me for the writing on the back window of a truck I saw parked at a Thruway rest area on the way back:

God said it
That settles it
You better believe it!

That made for a different kind of reflection.


This is really a comment on early quaker writings.

A site that contains many early writings is http://www.hallvworthington.com/index.html.

This site is not maintained by members of the Society of Friends but a couple who feel that the early Quakers had it right and want to promote this message.