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I Will Love

In the past few years, I've found myself defending being a Christian. I've had people ask me how I could be a part of a religion that has historically oppressed people who look like me. My own father was ashamed that I could worship a God that was forced upon my earliest ancestors and used to justify their eradication and enslavement. Our people, he explained, worshiped the air, the trees, the rivers and the lakes, and those who were just beyond the veil.

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