Archive for ‘August, 2011

Of Being There

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Many of you already know that I wrote a letter this past week to the Press Register condemning the recently adopted immigration law (HB 56) which has been dubbed by opponents and supporters alike as “the toughest immigration law in the country.” I had braced myself for the responses that I would get. I knew […] Read more »

Of Church and World

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In the nineteen fifties in the Episcopal Church the term for the church was coined by then presiding bishop Henry Knox Sherrill that the church was a “hospital for sinners”….a sad coinage, but understandable¬†following the catastrophic human disaster called World War Two in which seventy million people were killed….churches filled to capacity during the fifties […] Read more »