Thursday, November 8, 2007

The Prayers of Clarence Thomas

An article from the American Thinker:
But the media has largely overlooked another crucial aspect of the story: the role of prayer in Thomas's life. Perhaps because the media remains uncomfortable with public displays of faith, or simply because they don't get it, the word "prayer," does not appear in either the Post's or the New York Times' reviews of "My Grandfather's Son."

That is a curious omission, given the decisive place Thomas gives specific prayers in the narrative and the window that his choices open onto his character and life.

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A very interesting article that discusses several prayers that Justice Thomas mentions in his autobiography.

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