Monthly Archives: January 2014

Correction

For those on the one year series who may have used Epiphany 3 readings from the ESV today. The ESV messed up the translation from 2 Kings 5. Big time. In order to clear up confusion, I thought I would … Continue reading

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Sermon for Epiphany 3 / Saint Titus

The title pretty much says it all. Other than, I like the Gospel reading for Epiphany 3 as a reading for Saint Titus way more than I like the reading for Saint Titus. Jesus heals two people who had no … Continue reading

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One of These Things Is Not Like the Other

The title comes from an old Sesame Street game. ┬áIn the discussion of Law and Gospel (LG) vs. Two Kinds of Righteousness (2KR), many are claiming that we who speak against 2KR are overreacting. Two Kinds of Righteousness, they say, … Continue reading

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Sermon for Epiphany 2

The wedding at Cana as pointing to the crucifixion and the consummation of our Life of Christ. Read on for the details.

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Thoughts On the Kingdom of the Left

In Wyoming, we almost had a primary challenge to reliably-conservative-but-not-standout senator Enzi. After a few months of testing the waters, Liz Cheney has withdrawn. Alas, it seems that we are not to see her as Senator. At least not right … Continue reading

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Feeling Like a Hermit

I feel rather like a hermit, or perhaps a monk in seclusion. I’ve been studying away for my presentation “Evolution: A Defense Against.” I’ve been refreshing my knowledge of biology, physics, mathematics, chemistry, etc. Next week is session 1 (of … Continue reading

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