Thank God I’m in Albany

‘Tis our annual harvest festival here in America. A chance to enjoy the abundance before winter moves in. This year I have a house to celebrate in, which means I get to play host. I’ll probably be off the grid for a few days as a result.

Anyway, just to spite the folks who can’t imagine being grateful without a God to be grateful too, what are you grateful for this year?

I, personally, am glad that I live in Albany:

“Post-Christian” is kind of an odd phrase. We’re not the city with the most atheists per-capita. That’s Boston with 8%. We’re not the city with the most non-Christians per-capita, I believe that’s NYC. We just seem to be the city that’s most apathetic towards Christianity.

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