Yearly Archives: 2011

Gold

This poem concludes a trilogy of poems over the last three¬†Christmases. For 2009 and 2010 see Myrrh and Frankincense. —– All I have wanted for two years and three months is treasure; Not wrapped and buried in a chest under

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And on the Lighter Side

This is perfect!

Posted in Christmas, Lighter Things, Music

Happy Christmas

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Is Christmas Just Pagan?

Gosh no! Great piece from, of all places, a pagan forum. First of all, based on a more careful reading of the nativity stories, as found in the New Testament, it is very unlikely that the historical Jesus was born

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The Hobbit

A year away and already I’m getting excited.

Posted in The Hobbit

Chanukkah and Advent

For reasons I’ve outlined before, I’m convinced that Chanukkah is the correct timing for the Annunciation. So whilst there is no compulsion for Christians to celebrate Jewish festivals, it’s not wrong to do so and it might actually be worthwhile

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9th Week after Trinity
Lord God, your Son left the riches of heaven and became poor for our sake; when we prosper save us from pride, when we are needy save us from despair, that we may trust in you alone; through Jesus Christ our Lord.

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Two Final Things

Aber mit der Heimat
geht man immer herum,
durch die Welt,
dort und dort
Peter Handke

No one could describe
the Word of the Father;
but when He took flesh from you, O Theotokos,
He consented to be described, and restored the fallen image to its former beauty.
We confess and proclaim our salvation in word and image.
Kontakion of the Triumph of Orthodoxy