A dramatic reading of a recent letter written in response to the official Pentecost Letter from the Archbishop of Canterbury. Click the recording above, or click here.
NOTE: To download the latest version of QuickTime, click here. Also, Firefox or Safari work best. MS Internet Explorer belongs in the Smithsonian next to the TRS80.
Dramatic Reading Samplings:
Bob Dylan: The Baby Huey of our Generation
There are others, but Apple changed the location of my website to a new server for MobileMe and I will need to move them over to the new location.
Thank you for the excellent rendition. It really helps capture the spirit of the letter.
It was good to hear your voice again, Mary.
I'm going to recommend that we incorporate your dramatic reading of KJS' letter into a Matthew Fox-style "techno cosmic mass" for next week's staff meeting at IRD.
The "Spirit" without the Word of the Scriptures leads to la-la land. It's happened many times throughout church history and almost always ends up in some sort of redefinition of sexual morality- usually in opposition to the plain words of Scripture. Movements of both the left and right have fallen prey to this deception. There are too many instances to list, but almost always, those who go down this road end up forgotten and insignificant in the larger scheme of things.
Slightly OT but your dismissal of MS Internet Explorer makes me glad you aren't on the bridge of the Enterprise. I can't imagine what snide dismissal you would fling at Scotty when he calls up with a dilithium crystal problem!
Back on topic, I notice she's dropped the lame "Word to the Church" format (may it molder in its grave) and aped the ABC's Pentecost letter - announcing herself as greatest among lessers in the coming TE-Communion-of-LGBT-Clergy-and-their-815-funded-projects-on-many-continents.
The Spirit may challenge man made traditions but never contradicts scripture.
It's a pleasure to find such an intelligent discussion of the Presiding Bishop's letter,
Pass the butterbeer!
at least Schori and Andrus are standing up for their principles - unlike the ABC who asks them and GAFCON to compromise principles for the sake of institutional unity......
Glad to see TEC leaders willing to take the consequences (not saying one thing and doing another in order to avoid consequences....more honest, even if wrong)
Sorry friends, too many cream pies flying.
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