Monthly Archives: June 2007

LANCE: Food of gods (Too Good Not to Share)

I am in a Sunday School class with senior ladies, and one of them related her experience in one of the many nail salons in our area. She was puzzled about the little shrine in the corner of the establishment … Continue reading

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Hope Y’all Had a Happy Honeymoon!

Granted, we don’t normally think of John the Baptist when we think of HONEYMOON. In fact, we probably don’t think of the Forerunner in any other way than somber … austere … severe. John the Baptist never shows up on … Continue reading

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Church of England Wants Help from Holy Homer

The Church of England has turned to Homer Simpson for help with recruiting teenagers. Clergy are to be advised to set up screens in churches to play extracts from the beer-swilling cartoon character’s life. An unlikely source of holiness Doh! … Continue reading

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The E-Word, Etc.

Any journalist erudite enough to use the phrase “sure as heck-fire” is worth reading. Here’s the deal. Kimberly Winston (Religion News Service) writes: Sinéad O’Connor is not your typical Christian music diva. Wow! Talk about a lede!The Irish singer/songwriter has … Continue reading

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Court Rejects Orthodox Patriarchate Status

Washington, D.C. – A Turkish court Tuesday declared that the Istanbul-based Orthodox Patriarch is only the head of the city’s tiny Greek Orthodox community and not the spiritual leader of the world’s 300 million Orthodox Christians. While this has no … Continue reading

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Hindu Prayer to Open Senate

(CNSNews.com) – For what is believed to be the first time in its history, the U.S. Senate will on July 12 be opened with a Hindu prayer, the Senate Chaplain’s Office confirmed Monday. For more than 200 years, the Senate … Continue reading

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End of Hiatus, Beginning of …

Jesus, the new Adam – the “new man” – was born in the city of Bethlehem. The word “Bethlehem” means “house of bread.” The new Adam was born in the House of Bread and laid in a Manger, a feeding … Continue reading

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