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Breast feeding in church
http://www.religionnews.com/2014/01/02/breast-feeding-rise-church-still-issue/ I saw this on Facebook this evening, and I had to wonder all over again how feeding babies ever became such a hot button issue. Admittedly, first time around was a learning experience. Still, each of my three was … Continue reading
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Wednesday, December 14th: Adults only!
Over the past week, I’ve noticed a certain theme emerging on the chatter feeds around me: Santa. Love him or leave him? An article in the Episcopal Cafe quoted a story about an Episcopal priest who always invited Santa to … Continue reading
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Superstitions and the first commandment
Looking towards Sunday, I read this in the Oxford Bible Commentary about the Exodus reading (Ex0dus 10: 1-17): “Modern preachers interpret this [the first] command in a moralistic way: anything which absorbs a person’s devotion is his/her god … But this is … Continue reading →