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Easter service at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church
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Think of Jesus as a marshmallow. Associate Pastor Amber Waugaman made the analogy holding up the sweet confection before about dozen young children seated around her. The marshmallow — pure and unblemished, much like the central figure of Christianity, she explained. When Jesus died, his body was anointed with oils and spices, she continued, rolling the marshmallow in butter, cinnamon and sugar on a small table she stood over at the front of the sanctuary ...


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smith
April 1, 2013
11:59 p.m.

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"Either way, the marshmallow Jesus was a clever 'ploy'...." Either Justin is being deliberately offensive when commenting on what is an analogy, or this is the quintessential state of journalism today. Ploy carries the negative connotation of deceit.

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