Wednesday, September 21, 2011

A Glimpse into the Present for Some of Us Living in the Past


Rev. Allen Bergstrazer said...

Nothing really new or surprising; lust is still leading to adultery and divorce, gossips are still gossiping, people are still buying things because to keep up with their neighbor, education still involves one person instructing another, and pretending is often more appealing (and certainly easier) than real life. Nothing here that wasn't addressed long ago in the book of Ecclesiastes. Nothing more or less to fear than when the Lord commanded the disciples to make disciples, baptizing and and teaching his commandments. The changless Word who of one who 'changest not' for a world roiling in vain change. Verbum Dei manet in aeternum.

PS; Egyptian babies being named facebook is not a sign of the power of social media, its a sign of the stupidity of parents.

Rev. Allen Bergstrazer said...

^ once again I reverted to my native tongue of dyslexia; that should be 'the changless word of the one who changest not.'

(Nothing new there either, I'm still making errors of syntax and grammar :)