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. ¬†In 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 After a few months of testing the waters, Liz Cheney has withdrawn.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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