Monthly Archives: December 2012

Christmas Morning at Saint Paul’s

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We still need a Savior . . .

Bear in mind that we do not gather every year to celebrate on this holy Christmas night something that is mythological. Let me boldly state that we do not gather to celebrate a story as though it were a fairytale or the stuff … Continue reading

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Our Culture of Violence

To be sure these are difficult days for our culture and for our society. The escalation of violence towards innocent bystanders has grown to be a week by week thing that is repugnant, yet one wonders with a certain amount … Continue reading

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Biblical and Theological Reflection: There is a difference

There is a big difference between reflecting Biblically and reflecting theologically. Now, maybe most of us don’t care very much about that difference, but it is an important one. Obviously, to reflect Biblically ought to be simple enough. You look … Continue reading

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The Gritty Nature of True Holiness

Maybe you noted that in the news this week there was considerable flap about one of the stars of a TV Show “Two and a half men.” Angus T. Jones, apparently representing the ½ was shown in an interview saying … Continue reading

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