Saturday Ramblings 9.25.10

Saturday? It’s Saturday already? Didn’t we just have a Saturday last week? Well what are we waiting for? Are you ready to ramble? And have you ever seen a paragraph where every sentence ends in a question mark? The Apostle Paul preached all night on one occasion, putting Eutychus to sleep. When he woke up,Continue reading “Saturday Ramblings 9.25.10”

iMonk Classic: Death — the Road that Must Be Traveled

This weekend, as we mourn Michael Spencer’s passing, thank God for the hope of eternal life, and comfort one another in our time of loss, IM will feature classic posts from the Internet Monk. Death: The Road that Must Be Traveled For this boy, coming to terms with death ain’t no easy thing. Perhaps passingContinue reading “iMonk Classic: Death — the Road that Must Be Traveled”

iMonk Classic: Wretched Urgency — The Grace of God or Hamsters on a Wheel?

This weekend, as we mourn Michael Spencer’s passing, thank God for the hope of eternal life, and comfort one another in our time of loss, IM will feature classic posts from the Internet Monk. Wretched Urgency: The Grace of God, or Hamsters on a Wheel? My friend and prayer partner just looked across the lunchContinue reading “iMonk Classic: Wretched Urgency — The Grace of God or Hamsters on a Wheel?”

The River is Deep; The River is Wide: How I Made My Peace With The Roman Catholic Church

NOTE: This piece is similar to an essay on Catholicism I wrote two years ago, but the differences are significant. Read them both. There has been some evolution in the meantime. My apologies to the Catholic bashers who will get upset at this piece. Maybe you shouldn’t read it. I was born in 1956, soContinue reading “The River is Deep; The River is Wide: How I Made My Peace With The Roman Catholic Church”