Monthly Archives: August 2016

Evolution: Still wrong

Over at Teach These Things, you can download – for free! – session 8 of Teach These Things. It’s the one were we look at the implications and shortcoming of evolution. For those who want more, I taught a class … Continue reading

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Sermon for Trinity 11

What is the difference between acceptable and unacceptable worship? That’s really the question that the readings address today. In the Old Testament reading we have Cain and Abel. Of course, we know how it ends. Cain kills Abel, Cain is … Continue reading

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Free to Good Home (Or Classical Schools)

I realized as I was looking for it on my Hard Drive, that I never posted the Latin Litinia Correcta (Luther’s Latin Litany in Latin). Given that Latin isĀ in the name, you might think it’s easy to find online. Hah-hah-hah! … Continue reading

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