It's not often that Gospel parables get discussed on the op-ed page of The New York Times, but columnist David Brooks has a smart analysis of the Prodigal Son and how it should be applied to the nation today.
The Prodigal Son
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- Air of mystery clouds nearly every aspect of synod on the family
- Millennials want a messy, earnest discussion about family
- Bible for African-American youth to be released
- Special Section: Fall Books
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