The burn rate is broken people.
I read that the Z man has been taken down from twitter because someone decided he was suicidal (he was being trolled, hard, because he disliked an idiot, Jewish variety). Expect more of this. Expect the platforms to be taken: now that people are being shot for being zampolits, remember that the zampolits response has […] Read More
No longer from dust.
The lectionary has taken us into teaching that I only hear in funerals. In fact, I don’t think I have heard a sermon on this passage in my life. We do not think about the fate of our bodies, and that in our flesh we shall see God This is an ancient teaching. Many argue […] Read More
What we are not [Mark 12]
Over this post Easter Week, I have been looking at texts that relate to the resurrection, and stating, over and over again, that the core of Christian faith is that Christ rose from the dead. It is not that hew as a moral teacher, or about love, or good things. It is not that we […] Read More
Not in vain [I Cor 15]
Overnight, I have been converting most of the laptops to a rolling release of OpenSuse. This has taken considerable time. I’ve also got a considerable amount of work on. The boys are in mid-semester break, with projects to do and the first examination of the year looming. The gym was difficult, as I’m fighting off […] Read More
Christ rose: the traditionalists doubled down.
Today’s text is the resurrection account from Matthew. Matthew was writing primarily to the Jewish Christians, and includes some interesting details. We find that politicians protect those who lie on their behalf. That cover ups exist. And that the true work of God causes fear in those remaining. (There were now 11 disciples; Judas was […] Read More