Remember seeing Wilt Chamberlain score 100 points during an NBA game in 1962? Me, neither. Almost nobody saw that game. It wasn’t televised, wasn’t filmed, and was attended by only 4124 people in Hershey, Pennsylvania. And yet many times that number later claimed to have seen that game, with some of them contending they had seen it played at Madison Square Garden. Ever wonder how some people can remember things they never saw? Well, wonder no longer. It’s more common than you think. And it explains a lot about the world we live in.
Sermon & facilitator: Wally Hoggatt