When we speak of someone’s identity, we are often referring to a human sense of the person—their surname and given name, date and place of birth, nationality, residence, and so forth—facts one might find on an ID card. But to know their real identity, we must go beyond the material data about them and look instead at their true, spiritual origin.
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