got given an award at this blog… nice. must check out his blog when i get a moment.
You might say that – I couldn’t possibly comment!! Jon – you do a great job of keepin’ us thinking – don’t want the radicals to become the new orthodoxy do we!! shalom and thanks – dave
As long as you stay “subversive,” you’re my man.
Comgrats on the award……
BTW, this is one reason why I have given up on religion:
you’re welcome dave. thanks for the encouragement. you’re one of those people who has always encouraged me to be me… so if anyone ever gets offended i guess it’s all your fault!
thanks becky. i will, i promise.
awful isn’t it mr. nighttime… when i read this bit (below) i didn’t know whether to laugh or cry. they are all missing the point completely it seems. they aren’t the only ones. oh… and thanks.
“The Church of the Nativity in nearby Bethlehem — where Jesus is said to have been born — also falls under the status quo arrangement. Last year, pre-Christmas cleaning in that church turned ugly when robed Greek Orthodox and Armenian priests went at each other with brooms and stones.”
Awww come on. This is hilarious. Haven’t you seen this?
Having worshipped with orthodox priests and a bunch of monks doing plainsong with the beards and hats and beards the imagery of this story is just too funny!
On a serious note, yes, it is terrible. Sorry – I’m a bad man and will try harder to be appauled in the future.
My link doesn’t appear to be working…
i understand the dilemma robb. terrible, yet an hilarious image.
Subversive? What’s wrong with subversive? Subversive is goooooood.
yup indeed… subversive is gooooooood!
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