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The Pontificast for December 15, 2008
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Alisa Harris is deputy editor of Patrol. She teaches journalism at The King’s College in Manhattan. David Sessions is the editor of Patrol. Alissa Wilkinson is a movie critic for Christianity Today and the editor of The Curator.
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