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Eric Felten
Eric Felten writes The Wall Street Journal’s well-regarded culture column “Postmodern Times.” For four years, he wrote the Journal’s celebrated column “How’s Your Drink?” which won a James Beard Foundation Award. He is a jazz singer and trombonist, and his TV concert special has been seen on PBS stations nationwide. He lives in Washington, D.C., with his wife and three children. His thoughtful and entertaining book, Loyalty: The Vexing Virtue is now available.

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When Loyalty to Family Conflicts with Loyalty to God

Posted May 14, 2011 | 18:04:36 (EST)

What does loyalty to God entail? This vexing virtue is essential to every relationship we have that matters -- it is the bond that holds together love, friendship, family, community and faith. But because we have so many loyalties, they are always coming into conflict with one another. It's bad...

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