Daily Archives: 6 May 2016

Assembling the ‘Implementation’

Brandon Wason posted this on Instagram.  It’s the folk at Pitts assembling the Flugschrift mentioned previously and just published.  That’s Brandon on the top left and Pat Graham, head honcho, bottom left (in the tie). You’ll never work with a … Continue reading

Posted in Modern Culture, Zwingli

Zwingli’s “Implementation of the Lord’s Supper”

Is available, in pdf, free, here.  Of course it is copyrighted so do try not to pretend it’s your work, ok?  Yeah, you know who you are… You scoundrels.

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They Tell Us We Must Vote- That It’s Our Duty…

So tell me, Christian pilgrim, how is America made a better place if Christians vote for godless pagans?

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Why Do We Vote For People We Can’t Stand?

Because we’re foolish.

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Fun Facts From Church History

The Spanish and German troops of the Emperor, under the lead of Constable Charles de Bourbon, and the old warrior Frundsberg (both enemies of the Pope), marched to Rome with an army of twenty thousand men, and captured the city, … Continue reading

Posted in Church History, Modern Culture

Autism Can Be ‘Cured’… You Just Have to Cast out the Demons…

Again, this is what happens when dimwittery meets sacred text without any intervening instruction: A controversial religious group that claims it can cure autism “by driving out demons” is set to take to the streets of Barcelona this weekend. A … Continue reading

Posted in Dilettante, Modern Culture, Pentebabbleism, Pentebabbleists, pseudo-christianity, pseudo-theology | 1 Comment

Israel in the Wilderness: It Wasn’t Moses Who Led Them…

It was FedEx.  For only FedEx would follow an absurdly circuitous route like the one the Israelites followed and my printer is following. My printer died of old age so I ordered a replacement.  Turns out, the replacement comes from … Continue reading

Posted in Modern Culture

Quote of the Day

“Our Lord God always gives more than we ask for. If we ask properly for a piece of bread he gives us a whole acre. I prayed God to let my Katy live, and he gives her a good year … Continue reading

Posted in Luther, Modern Culture