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Wind and Fire

The Holy Spirit is not for the faint of heart. Our God, says the letter to the Hebrews, is a consuming fire.

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God’s Gift of Joy

Not all Christians display such joy.   Never was there a more damning criticism than the one made by Friedrich Nietzsche:  “They should look more redeemed.”

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Fishing for People

Episcopalians are typically motivated more by gratitude for the gift of Jesus and new life as his followers, than by anxiety for the salvation of others.   We tend to believe in the “wideness of God’s mercy”

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