About to Get Ugly in the UK
Some Good Catechism Work
One of the men in our church has put together a musical version of the Westminster Shorter Catechism (in modern English) that will help you to help your kids memorize it. You might memorize it also. Here’s the description:
“This project sets the words of the Westminster Shorter Catechism in Modern English (WSCinME) to music. The free mobile app can be downloaded for iOS or Android, on which you can listen to the songs and watch animated lyrics play. The first ten songs are available for free, and the others can be purchased at wscinme.com. This is an easy way for families to memorize the catechism together, and experience great theology and memorable music!”
A Song I Really Like for Some Reason
When Angels Start Messing Around With Photoshop
And, as always, more here.
They Must Be Kidding, Right?
For a number of years now, we have been urging the adoption of a Chestertonian Calvinism. For those acquainted with the works of Chesterton, this seem more than a bit odd because Chesterton did not harbor warm, benevolent thoughts about Calvinism. He regarded it as the least Christian of all Christian systems, and he would be greatly annoyed by our construction of a phrase like “Chestertonian C…
Methinks thy trunk gif is broketh.
Speaking of catechism for kids set to music…..Have you ever heard of Judy Rodgers’s “Why Can’t I See God” album from the 1980(?)’s?
…. I’ve been meaning to ask you pastor Wilson, and I might send this question to you by letter. Thanks!