Justus Baird/ Zocalo Public Square
By Justus Baird/ Zocalo Public Square
How can a society apologize?
The Biblical story of the Gibeonites rarely makes it into the classroom of a Sunday School or Hebrew school, but the tale has much to say to 21st-century Americans. The Gibeonites, a Canaanite group, forged a pact with the Israelites when the Israelites were conquering the land—but, after a series of twists and turns, wound…
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