The Wages of Sin

Abstract, spiritual truths have extremely practical, daily effects. For example, the arguably abstract concept that we are made in the image and likeness of God has the extremely tangible result of us applying the Spiritual to the world around us and going out stargazing.I believe this same idea to be true of St. Paul's warning to the Romans, that "the wages of sin is death." Sweet, Paul! Very abstract, we can apply it to the supposed judgment of the afterlife; nothing more to see.But … [Read more...]

In Defense of Liturgy the Second

If, like I've shown, everyone practices liturgy, why then is there a distinction between liturgical denominations and Evangelicals? Why does the latter get grumpy with the former about all their rules, motions and symbols? Now, the common answer goes something like this: "Because, Catholic and Lutheran and all the rest, your ancient liturgy is overly complicated, elitist, snobbish, pretentious, and dripping with wealth. It is all high and detached, boring, old, stuck-in-the-pews, unrelatable to t … [Read more...]


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