When Mt. Vesuvius blew, no one knew when it would happen or how big the eruption would be. Everyone knew a volcanic event was going to occur and yet, the magnitude of the event caught a lot of people by surprise. The eruption destroyed two Roman cities and several surrounding settlements. It killed an estimated 16,000 people. The . . .
Phil Schneider writes in ChurchMag; Most of the time, when I sit down to write, I have a good idea of where I’m going and how I’m going to get there.
This is not one of those times.
What I’m about to do is both dangerous and difficult: I’m going to talk about race...
My overly-quick . . .
Rt Reverend Richard Chartres said the modern fashion for facial hair should not be the preserve of hispters, but would also be likely to impress those from Eastern cultures where wearing a beard could mark a man out as holy.
Paul/Bible said, be all things to all, that by whatever means... win.... So, yes.
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To feel the pain... about ten or so minutes in Alex becomes amplified and passionate. Unsettlingly right and deeply uplifting: Echo's my feelings over a few days.
One of his lines, the devil don’t run anything but slaves, intermediated to serve him, is something I’m becoming ever-clearer about.
I write one . . .
The following is a short-scrappy blab on church, I write it for those not familiar. Sort of.. social history, from an all wrapped-up participator.
For for those sure-no-god, or keep it “spiritual not religious” (whatever that means?) yet, aren’t complacent about the gang causing most of the global terror. Even you, might . . .
I haven’t made the bright moves on the mon-front, so am left relying on God. It’s the upside of the down. There’s some fierce contenders for most-abused verse in the Bible but, all things working together for good... probably, the best/worst? Yet... (you know what I could write..?).
I post to ponder. To pray along with. . . .