"Disappearance of hospitality" from Bible Contexts

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Jul 1, 2022, 10:01:58 AM7/1/22
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Roman houses were designed as much for guests as for residents, and Jews regarded hospitality as a moral necessity. Early Christians encouraged each other to excel in this. And now we barely invite anyone in for coffee – has something gone wrong? 


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