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Did Scrooge have it right? This author thinks so

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People all over the world continue to be drawn to the sentimental images of the cobblestone streets and ragged poor of Victorian England as portrayed by Charles Dickens. Author and Dickens scholar Reverend Cheryl Kincaid says that one of Dickens best known characters, miserly Ebenezer Scrooge personifies a lot of fears of poverty that people of faith experience and the Spirits who visited him have lessons to teach us today that will help us to find stability in our topsy-turvy economy. Join us as we talk with Cheryl Kincaid about Scrooge and her new book HEARING THE GOSPEL THROUGH CHARLES DICKENS A CHRISTMAS CAROL Monday May 17th at 3pm ET.