Monthly Archives: May 2010

Lost—and Found—in Translation

I discerned a bit of dark humor in one of today’s passages, in one of my favorite translations: We continue to shout our praise even when we’re hemmed in with troubles, because we know how troubles can develop passionate patience … Continue reading

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Aruskipasipxañanakasakipunirakispawa

The miracle of the Pentecost story is that human beings were able to understand each other at all. We have to remember that, absent some miraculous occurrence, we’re likely to misunderstand each other without even realizing it. We must make a conscious effort. Continue reading

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“Anyone” Means “Anyone”

Without limitations, anyone is welcome to join in the work of making the world a better place, one dusty little corner at a time. Continue reading

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A Few Words of Welcome

This blog is one of the many volunteer efforts related in some way to Oglethorpe Presbyterian Church.  It’s not Officially Sanctioned or any such thing — that would probably involve a committee — just one member’s thoughts related to religious … Continue reading

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