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I find myself a bit at odds with this conversation. Part of me thinks, "And this is new?" There have been Christians living the way of life portrayed here for centuries. I guess the newness of it is that this centuries-old tradition, which I guess was at one point a part of Evangelical Christianity before it became Americanized, politicized and suburbanized, is being rediscovered. As a friend of mine says, "Better late than later!" So, while not at all new, the words spoken here are nevertheless encouraging.