New today: The crawl space, blogging the lectionary, bipolar faith

July 14, 2016

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Daily lectionary readings: Psalm 15; Genesis 13:1-18Ephesians 3:14-21

Saints, commemorations, and other witnesses from the cloud: Bonaventure (Catholic calendar), Swithun, Edith of WiltonJohn BallAnnibale CarracciMichael BruceJacques DuphlyAlexander Andreyevich IvanovJean-Baptiste Salpointe

New today from the Century

The crawl space, by Brian Doyle. You were thrilled to enter the crawl space, but also frightened. There was a chance of snakes.

Evil is the reason we need lots of things, not just police, by Steve Thorngate. The president’s speech in Dallas this week was an excellent performance of a difficult task. There was just one point where I thought he missed it.

Sunday's Coming: Powerful callings, by Michael Fick. Paul rather audaciously makes the claim that he has a commission to speak to and through the mystical body of Christ. He makes no bones about it: he feels called.

A brief review of Bipolar Faith, by Monica A. Coleman

"Holy, holy, holy," a poem by Anya Silver


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