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How Light Comes In


Our story today is set in the city of Teotihuacán.  It was established around 100 years before the Common Era and by the year 250 of our calendar it was one of the largest cities in the world—roughly 125,000 people.  Eleven hundred years later, the Aztecs, who had built their own metropolis further south, knew it as an already ancient ruin. They wondered who had made it.  This morning let’s hear more about the Pre-Columbian cities of Central, South, and—yes—North America.

By Rev. Moro

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