Articles by V. A. Anderson
When we think of exaggeration our mind usually is turned to an acquaintance we have had with someone who has made himself well known for telling tall tales. Thus, our emotional response to the word is negative rather than positive. . .
My personal conviction is that the first work of ministers is "to preach."
The famous sculptor, Gutzon Borglum, discovered Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Theodore Roosevelt concealed in Mount Rushmore in South Dakota. There for more than ten years with hammer and chisel he carved these timeless likenesses that have lured millions of tourists to witness the awe-inspiring sight. . .