Links: 10 October 2016

In the religion department…

The Tragedy of the Dumb Church | The Confident Christian. “One of the most haunting questions I’ve ever seen was on the back of my first church history textbook I got in seminary, which asked: ‘How can you live out your faith if you don’t understand it?’ Anyone have a good answer?”

Sex for Christians: Self-Giving and Sanctifying.

‘Liturgy shaming’ is a growing internet phenomenon. But is it a vice or a virtue? | Religion News Service.

The Future of the Church Is Analog, Not Digital | Christianity Today.

Lightheartedly:

bobby-bonillaThe Bobby Bonilla Retirement Plan: Quit Baseball In 2001, Get Paid Until 2035 | FiveThirtyEight. “Bobby Bonilla hasn’t played in a professional baseball game since 2001, yet on July 1 of this year, the New York Mets paid him $1.19 million. And they will every July 1 until 2035…”

Spoof Hungarian party aims high after ballot-spoiling campaign | Reuters. Treating democracy with all due respect…

About Benj

I’m a native North Jerseyan, transplanted to Pennsylvania...lived and taught in Eastern Europe for six years…Old Testament professor, ordained minister, occasional liturgist…husband to Corrie…father to Daniel and Elizabeth.
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1 Response to Links: 10 October 2016

  1. Susan M Soesbe says:

    Thanks! Where else can I get a link to a video of a Filipino priest riding a hoverboard while singing at mass?

    On Mon, Oct 10, 2016 at 9:59 AM, think hard, think well wrote:

    > Benj posted: “In the religion department: The Tragedy of the Dumb Church | > The Confident Christian. “One of the most haunting questions I’ve ever seen > was on the back of my first church history textbook I got in seminary, > which asked: ‘How can you live out your faith ” >

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