Tag Archives: Florida

Calling for Blood

In this season of Eastertide, the newspaper headlines cause me to remember that my Lord and Savior, the risen Christ, was the victim of capital punishment.  Jesus’ death came at the hands of the State and with the apparent approval … Continue reading

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Embarassing for the Second Time

Down the street at the Capitol rotunda, a curious display has been building.  It started with a nativity scene, complete with a white-skinned baby Jesus, and was joined for a while by a menorah, which made a graceful exit when … Continue reading

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Fundamentally Speaking

Fundamentalism comes in all shapes and sizes.  I’m most familiar with the Christian variety, but there are other forms as well. Recently the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A) changed its constitution.  We removed language that functioned as a bar to the ordination … Continue reading

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