Does Marriage Make You Healthy?

There’s a fascinating article from yesterday’s New York Times about recent studies that give nuances to the long-held generalization that marriage tends to make people healthier. The article looks at a few different experiments and studies. The most interesting one to me measured short term effects of marital conflict on the body’s ability to heal: [Read More...]

Anthony Sacramone on Predestination

Anthony Sacramone of the Evangel blog at First Things has a great post that tears down the Calvinist doctrine of double-predestination (i.e. that God chose some people to be born for heaven and some for hell and there’s nothing anyone can do about – God grants faith to some people, and if you’re not one [Read More...]

“Pork, A Piece of Beef, Cheese, Beer and Fiery Wine”

Doing research for a doctrinal class, I was looking at  Divine Providence n. 67, which says that Divine Providence not only leads a person to heaven, but leads them toward a specific place in heaven.  I personally love this teaching, but I know for some people it seems to take away free will – and [Read More...]

Sermon: “My Lord and My God”

This is a sermon I gave at the Olivet New Church in Toronto on April 11, 2010. Readings: Isaiah 43:1-11; John 20:19-29; Apocalypse Revealed 469 MY LORD AND MY GOD A Sermon by Rev. Coleman S. Glenn “And Thomas answered and said to Him, ‘My Lord and my God.’  Jesus said to him, ‘Because you [Read More...]

Moving Blogs

I have too many blogs.  I need to stop.  Sigh.  But I have a problem.  I want to use this url – colemanglenn.wordpress.com – as a general purpose / pastoral blog, but I don’t want to get rid of my Lymphoma Blog, since I want it to be there after I’m done everything so that [Read More...]


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