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An Occasion that Was Powerfully, Unashamedly Christian

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Former president George Herbert Walker Bush memorial ceremony at the National Cathedral in Washington, Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018. Doug Mills/Pool via REUTERS

The National Cathedral funeral service for the late President George Herbert Walker Bush was as noble and remarkable as the good man it honored. Every speaker offered words of wisdom and insight to inspire Americans for generations to come. Former Senator Alan Simpson honored the late president’s love of laughter and noted that “Humor is the universal solvent against the abrasive elements of life” while “Hatred corrodes the container it’s carried in.” He also praised his friend’s rare character, observing that “those who travel the high road of humility in Washington, D.C. are not bothered by heavy traffic.”
But beyond the eloquence and pageantry, the occasion conveyed a powerful message: this event was proudly, powerfully, unashamedly Christian. The hymns and prayers served as a reminder that neither the Bush family nor the nation it served, has ever been secular, or in any way uncomfortable with a deep, abiding faith.

 

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