The Scandal of Grace

Our church invited a repentant sinner to speak of the grace of Christ at our Easter service. Connecticut's previous governor, John Rowland, was a like rock star in the Republican party. He was young and charismatic and he was corrupted. In fact, he resigned in disgrace and spent almost a year in jail. But before he resigned, he submitted his life to Jesus. Now he tells a story he calls "a fall into grace."  His story was short. 

However, the commenters at the local newspapers' stories can't accept the scandal of grace. See them before the are taken off line at the New London Day and the Norwich Bulletin. Also notice what each reporter considered worth reporting.


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