Photo courtesy of Ronald RitterPastor Ronald Ritter, Prince of Peace Lutheran Church. ■ By Ronald Ritter / Contributed The glare of city lights hides stars in the night sky from our vision. In the mountains, however, away from city lights, we are able to see stars as they were commonly viewed in the ancient world. No wonder ancient travelers looked to the stars for guidance and direction. Understanding movement of stars allowed the informed viewer to know where he was and where he was going. The Gospel of Matthew tells us that the Magi, or Wise Men as they are more commonly known, were following a particular star in order to
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