conjectural navel gazing; jesus in lint form

Archives: March 2004

confession

Posted March 31, 2004 @ 7:31am | by Tripp

I stood Geoff up yesterday.Yes. I did (see comments here). Don't ask why. I have no good reasons. It seems I am still learning how to use a callendar. I had the appointment down in the little box. But equating the box with the number "30" in it with the actual 24-hour period I was in the...

 

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vows of obedience and service

Posted March 31, 2004 @ 6:30am | by Tripp

Singing at Andrea's deaconal ordination was indeed a gift.Here is a brief snippet from the liturgy.The ExaminationAll are seated except the ordinand, who stands before the bishop.The Bishop addresses the ordinand as follows.My sister, every Christian is called to follow Jesus Christ,serving...

 

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litany for ordinations

Posted March 30, 2004 @ 7:17am | by Tripp

This evening, Andrea Mysen will be ordained into the deaconate of the Episcopal Church, USA. I have been asked to sing the Litany for Ordinations. It is a great honor and I am looking forward to it. This will be the second time I have participated in an ordination service this way. I think I...

 

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be still - the last thing I read before bed

Posted March 29, 2004 @ 11:46pm | by Tripp

Be StillJohann Christoph Arnold If we had even an inkling of the loneliness and suffering that Jesus went through, it would change our whole view of life. There would be a lot more love and caring and less violence in the world.In the end, all of this is a mystery that will never be understood...

 

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individualism and individuality: a long quote

Posted March 29, 2004 @ 10:49am | by Tripp

Okay, I am reading this book for my Sex Ed class called Sexuality and the Sacred.Individuality can become an ethical principle in two ways. Philosophically speaking, it may become so by a recognition that my individuality is intelligible only as an expression of the principle which renders every...

 

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morning happiness - erasmus and calvin

Posted March 29, 2004 @ 7:14am | by Tripp

Hey.I have a couple of new books to apply to my thesis: In Praise fo Folly by Erasmus and Christian Humanism and the Reformation: Selected Writings of Erasmus ed. by John C. Olin. I realize that my thesis is about liturgical theology. I know. But I am learning that if I do not understand this...

 

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