Here is a fun business. HT: David Field. Look at the site for at least five seconds before losing interest.
In the clean-up preparations for Christmas services at the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem, fisticuffs broke out between rival factions of priests. At least the original disciples of Christ had their squabbles on the road before the resurrection.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has informed us, just in time for Christmas, that the story of the three wise men was nothing more than a “legend.” HT: Frank Turk. Yes, I can see how the concept of “wise men” would seem to a churchman in Bishop Rowan’s environment to be entirely the stuff of legend. …
This was a lot of fun. You’ll need to watch it a couple times. HT: Dale Courtney
Looks like fun.
And there’s more to be found here.
Wonder how many counselors have felt this way at the end of the day. HT: Justin Taylor
Quite a revealing conversation. Many years ago, David Chilton took his son Nathan to a special service at an area church. The ensuing conversation was really something.
This morning I was flipping through the 150th Anniversary edition of The Atlantic Monthly, and was cracked up by this image from Michael Beirut.
Here is a quick look at the religious history of the world in 90 seconds. Quite encouraging, really. HT: Joost Nixon