Wednesday, 3 February 2010

You're my pride and joy et cetera

8 Comments:

Fat said...

I don't know if "The Faith Tones" could sing but their hair is amazing.

I am impressed with the stating of the importance for ministers to be preaching the word in [b]Preaching: "the marginalization of the word of God fractions it into a hundred lesser duties"
[/b] above.

[i]"Our culture devalues proclamation while elevating other associated forms of ministry such as counseling or community work …
.....
When ministers allow the word of God to be marginalized, they continue to speak, of course, and make generally helpful comments on a variety of issues, but they do so from no center of authority and with no heart of passion. We do our best to meet people’s needs, but without the divine word we can never know enough or be enough, because consumer need is infinite. We are simply there as members of a helping profession. "[/i]
Richard Lischer, The End of Words:

It reminds me of Jesus' words "For you always have the poor with you, but you will not always have me"

J said...

Faith Tones?? Is that like the ....Faith and Theology staff? Maybe ANFS gals. Jus'a closer walk with thee....

Ta ta

Ben Myers said...

Yep, that's me on the left. And you ought to see me after I use hairspray.

Anonymous said...

I have found at least one of your theology fails to be, in fact, a theology win, and, yet, Dude has put way too much thought into it.

KOC

Michael Root said...

Is the "Faith Tone" on the right actually Stephen Fry?

tortoise said...

No, the one on the right is surely former Archbishop of Canterbury George Carey.

bruce hamill said...

And Bill Clinton in the middle?

Anonymous said...

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