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Orthodox Convert Furniture September 27, 2007

My wife likes to say that she knew we were becoming Orthodox when she came home one day to a recording of Byzantine chant playing, and a censer smoking on the hearth next to a couple of icons. I remember very clear what she did that afternoon–she gestured to the couch and asked, “Do we need to remove the pews, too?”

— Richard in the Comments

Reminds me of an old Top Ten list where the number one sign that you might be an Orthodox Fundamentalist is:

1) There are no chairs in your home; you haven’t sat in years!

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