Monthly Archives: May 2015

Trinity Divinity

Those who follow such things will tell you that in many parts of the wider church May 31 will be celebrated as “Trinity Sunday.” For after remembering the coming of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost last week, it’s only appropriate to … Continue reading

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A Petite Post for Pentecost

The name itself comes from the Greek word meaning “fiftieth,” for in the agricultural calendar of the Hebrews it was seven weeks after Passover that the “Feast of Weeks” was observed, marking the end of the barley harvest and the … Continue reading

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Are We Cutting the Baby in Half?

If Webster is right, then the proposal announced this week by the Connectional Table of The United Methodist Church, a group of fifty or so folks charged with shepherding the vision of our denomination, is not really the compromise that they are … Continue reading

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Where Never Is Heard

Some would say it’s the sound of spring, the low but ubiquitous roar that rises up from city parks and sandlots all across the land. For along with the crisp crack of the bats–or the sad swish of a strikeout–from … Continue reading

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