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Journey of the Cross 5: Goes to School

 

 

The sign at the entrance of UTS

The Yarmulke Experiment: 7 Days of Showing Reverence to God

As of 3pm on Wednesday, April 25, I am wearing a yarmulke.  I will be done next Wednesday, at the same time.  This is for the purposes of fulfilling an assignment in my inter-religious class.  The options were following kosher or halal food laws, or wear a head covering.  As I am addicted to the

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SERMON from 3-25-12: “Jesus’ Final Week: Maundy Thursday”

John 13.31-35   31 When he had gone out, Jesus said, “Now the Son of Man has been glorified, and God has been glorified in him. 32 If God has been glorified in him, God will also glorify him in himself and will glorify him at once. 33 Little children, I am with you only

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“If we continue to reject one another…”

The above pictured book is Sharing Sacred Space by Benoit Standaert.  I am reading it as part of a class on interreligious encounter.  It’s mainly about how important dialogue between different religious traditions is.  Many believe this practice is dangerous.  Put another way, Standaert says: If we continue to reject one another, we have to admit

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Your Dose of @CopelandNetwork Gobbledegook

#Faith comes by hearing and goes by saying. #Faith is released by your words. – Gloria Copeland — Kenneth Copeland (@CopelandNetwork) March 26, 2012 Alright, I have said some things in the pulpit that just don’t make sense.  However, Gloria Copeland had someone post this via Twitter.  This means someone–Gloria, her assistant, her assistant’s assistant–read

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MY 100TH POST!!! @UnitedSeminary, Is This The Kind Of Theology We Can Expect From Now On?: @CopelandNetwork & The Word-Faith Movement

“#Believing you receive is #believing that it is happening for you now!” -Kenneth Copeland — Kenneth Copeland (@CopelandNetwork) February 9, 2012 Two recent tweets have made me realize that United Theological Seminary is doing one of two things.  Either they are unaware of the theology of its newest partner, or they are aware–and ignoring it.

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