The Mormon Mirage

Q. How many Mormons does it take to fix a lightbulb? A. Mormon lightbulbs aren’t fixed, they’re restored.

Don’t get it? By the time you’ve finished reading Latayne Scott’s reissued “The Mormon Mirage” you might. Zondervan have just put out a third edition of this classic text on mormonism from an evangelical christian perspective, updated . . . → Read More: The Mormon Mirage

Sexuality and Slavery – Part One

I want to begin a series of posts looking at how Scripture approaches sexuality and slavery and to see whether the allegation that conservatives use two different exegetical principles has any basis. I’m going to begin by looking at one of the most common revisionist arguments in favour of same-sex relationships and move on from . . . → Read More: Sexuality and Slavery – Part One

Sexuality, Slavery and Discerning God’s Will

I’m working on a post to address the issues raised in the past week around slavery and the like. Patience!

Can you feel the Inclusion?

Yes, TEO is a source of all love and fellowship and welcome and inclusion. The Episcopal Church welcomes you! It welcomes you!

Unless of course you’re conservative in your theology.

Proposed bylaws being submitted by a faction called the “Episcopal Community” is seeking to expel the non-TEC members from the Order of the Daughters of . . . → Read More: Can you feel the Inclusion?

The Thing that Thrills Me

As for man, his days are like grass; he flourishes like a flower of the field; for the wind passes over it, and it is gone, and its place knows it no more. But the steadfast love of the LORD is from everlasting to everlasting on those who fear him, and his righteousness to children’s . . . → Read More: The Thing that Thrills Me

A Spoonful of Sugar

This, my friends, this takes talent.

Altogether now. “Supercali…”

H/T – The Clone

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