Daily Archives: June 12, 2013

When a Greek Orthodox and a Protestant Reformed Pastor Agree

Over at Orthodox Bridge, Mr. Arakaki graciously interacts with some of my thoughts on the Ascension. He observes: Reading Rev. Brito’s reflection reminded me of the debt I owe to the Reformed tradition: how it led me out of the … Continue reading

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Infrequent Celebration of the Supper is the Devil’s Work

Originally posted on Resurrectio et Vita:
What we have so far said of the Sacrament abundantly shows that it was not ordained to be received only once a year—and that, too, perfunctorily, as now is the usual custom. Rather it…

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