Archive | November, 2017

Star of Screen, Television, and Recording Artist Della Reese Dead At 86

20 Nov

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Thought for the day

20 Nov

Grace and compassion in the time of need

Lionel Sneed Ministries

“The embracing of grace will bring forth the joy of gratitude.” – Lionel

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Recommitting to A New Birth of Freedom: The Gettysburg Address at 154 Years | Padre Steve’s World…Musings of a Progressive Realist in Wonderland

20 Nov

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Resisting Catastrophe and Looking to Resurrection: Faith in the Trump Era | Padre Steve’s World…Musings of a Progressive Realist in Wonderland

19 Nov

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No Matter Your Circumstances, Know That You Can Rise Above Them!

19 Nov

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Awesome Stories 344 – Thanksgiving Edition | writing to freedom

18 Nov

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Stupidity Infects the Church

18 Nov

How can we stop the infection from spreading?

Padre Steve's World...Musings of a Progressive Realist in Wonderland

Friends of Padre Steve’s World,

Dietrich Bonhoeffer wrote:

“Christianity stands or falls with its revolutionary protest against violence, arbitrariness and pride of power and with its plea for the weak. Christians are doing too little to make these points clear rather than too much. Christendom adjusts itself far too easily to the worship of power. Christians should give more offense, shock the world far more, than they are doing now. Christian should take a stronger stand in favor of the weak rather than considering first the possible right of the strong.”

Those words are more profound than many of us would admit, and sadly in the United States they are the last thing thought about by supposedly orthodox Evangelical Christians.

Today I want to follow up on something my friend from my former church denomination, Fr. Kenneth Tanner posted on Facebook. Ken is both orthodox and conservative in his theology…

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