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Mac Brown

Can I get a little backstory? This looks like something I would love.

Mary Wallace Edited

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Andy Baio

To anyone else a bit confused: there are multiple images in this Instagram post! (Maybe it's my poor eyesight, but the translucent arrows on desktop and the little dot indicators on mobile are way too subtle for me. This isn't the first time I've missed that an Instagram post was actually a slideshow.)

Joshua Gooden

It's almost better without context. Just a church telling a Harriet to step off

Alan Wasem

I initially missed the dots as well and was wondering what this was about! First I thought do people call Heather Cox Richardson, Harriet? But she looked too young, so I googled her and I am glad I did. Ended up reading this article. Her art/design work is wonderful and this church sign is a perfect social practice compliment to her poster work.

Mac Brown

Thanks! My day is better for this.

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Brian Pan

I think the scripture "reference" is off by one verse. Going one verse earlier (1 Cor 1:22-23):

"For indeed Jews ask for signs and Greeks search for wisdom; but we preach Christ crucified, to Jews a stumbling block and to Gentiles foolishness"

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