Tag Archive: ecumenism

Feb 19

Have Christian Bloggers Lost the Plot?

I'm worried that Christian bloggers have lost the plot. My grandfather used to say that the habits or faults of other people that annoy us the most may be ones we are also guilty of. I guess that was his atheistic Quaker version of Luke 6:41. I am very often reminded of that lesson and …

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Jul 30

Catholic and Lutherans in Communion?!

The pastor of my sister’s ELCA church said in a sermon that very recently an agreement was reached between the RCC and ELCA allowing members of each to share each other’s communion. I haven’t heard of any such thing. Have any of you? Have I missed the biggest ecumenical news story of the year somehow? …

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Jul 26

"Was Paul crucified for you?"

Dr. Andrew Jackson of Smart Christian is concerned that bloggers need to be reminded of 1 Corinthians 1:10-16. "I appeal to you, brothers, by the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that all of you agree and that there be no divisions among you, but that you be united in the same mind and the …

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Jul 23

Favorite Living Preachers

Adrian Warnock has put out a call for Christian bloggers to name their favorite living preachers. “My proposal is that people link [and trackback] to this post and share on their blogs up to five preachers (in no order of priority) that are well known to many who have blessed them and why.” His reason? …

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May 26

Christian Simplicity and Integrity

In a continuing effort to expose Catholics and mainline Protestants to Quaker wisdom, here’s another sampling from Philadelphia Yearly Meeting’s 1972 edition of Faith and Practice. "A life centered on God will be characterized by integrity, sincerity and simplicity. It need not be cloistered and may even be a busy life, but its activities and …

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