The small town in which Jesus was raised…

Nine months of awkward explanations, the lingering scent of scandal–it seems that God arranged the most humiliating circumstances possible for his entrance, as if to avoid any charge of favoritism. I am impressed that when the Son of God became a human being he played by the rules, harsh rules: small towns do not treat kindly young boys who grow up with questionable paternity.” (Philip Yancey in The Jesus I Never Knew, p.32)

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