Reproclaiming the Everlasting Gospel
This poem (parable, what have you) came to me last summer, and I felt drawn to share it here.
I built my house in the lonely mountains,
I built a place where I might rest.
For of this world I was so weary
That all I asked was one request.
I said good neighbors, can't you leave me be?
I said the peace of the Lord is here,
I said your church is not for me,
They said I blasphemed, it was clear.
They said old…Continue
Posted on 1stMo. 5, 2017 at 23:59 — 3 Comments
King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon built an enormous golden statue and proclaimed "O peoples and nations of every language, you are commanded, when you hear the sound of horn, pipe, zither, triangle, dulcimer, music, and singing of every kind, to prostrate yourselves and worship the golden image." Then the King heard that three young men at his court, the Israelites Shadrach, Mesach and Abednego, refused to worship the statue. King Nebuchadnezzar summoned the three and threatened them: "If you…Continue
Posted on 5thMo. 31, 2016 at 0:57 — 1 Comment
We in the United States are fortunate to live in a wealthy and technologically advanced society, where many of us enjoy a standard of living far above that of poorer countries, or our own country a century ago. Even a "poor college student" like myself has indoor plumbing, refrigeration, use of a washing machine, clean water, electricity and internet access. One might have expected that people so fortunate would be free to turn their attention to matters beyond material possessions, and that…Continue
Posted on 2ndMo. 16, 2016 at 0:49 — 2 Comments
I have wondered for some time how to properly understand the story told in Genesis 2-3 of Adam and Eve's disobedience. While I still don't completely grasp it, I felt moved to share some recent thoughts on its meaning.
Although I have heard the story taken as an account of the creation of humankind, I believe it is too inconsistent with our knowledge of archaeology and paleontology to be a literally true record. Rather, I see it as an allegory or parable that portrays a truth about…Continue
Posted on 11thMo. 30, 2015 at 4:35 — 5 Comments
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Hello Annette, I am glad to see you joining this site and look forward to any posts you find time to put up here. You could even provide us with an introduction, something more than what your dad used to say, "Ellis Hein, Gate, Oklahoma." I've already used up a significant portion of my daily allotment of words, so will stop here.
Welcome, Annette! I'm glad you've signed on and look forward to reading your posts or comments.
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