It is common to speak of liturgy as though it is little more than what we habitually do, thus on a comment on another website, someone commented: And: is liturgy the same as “form?” Would a Baptist church that still plays hymns and has a set format still be liturgical?I think the answer is yes. […]
Archives for February 2013
In an unexpected move, Pope Benedict XVI has tendered his letter of resignation from the Papacy. This is the only resignation in the modern era, and I believe only the second resignation from the Papacy in the history of the Roman Catholic Church. In his resignation letter Pope Benedict states: "After having repeatedly examined my […]
There is no particular point being made in this post. Kick back, watch the videos below, and have a good laugh.
From Psalm 84: 3 When I consider Your heavens, the work of Your fingers, The moon and the stars, which You have ordained, 4 What is man that You are mindful of him, And the son of man that You visit him? 5 For You have made him a little lower than the angels, And […]
Have you ever noticed how some people seem to be happiest when contemplating the unhappiness of other people? And, no I am not talking about journalists! Although, I will admit to being creeped out sometimes when watching a tragic news story, then watching the sunny smile on the TV anchor’s face the moment s/he switches to […]
Should a Christian refuse to vaccinate their children with some vaccines because they were cultured on cells extracted from aborted fetuses? This is a question that was so difficult to answer that in Roman Catholic circles it went all the way to the Vatican in 2003, and was dealt with by the Pontificia Academia Pro […]
The old joke says that falling off of a cliff is not a problem, it is sticking the landing. The day before yesterday I commented that, “I give this silly example because it will help me to make a point about the way all too many people in America are handling the subject of science […]