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Thoughts on Worship

(I have to write “journal reflections” for a course I am taking this semester online, and this week we were asked to read and reflect upon Leviticus. 554 more words


Under the stars with flashlights.

Sept. 17, 2014
We laid back and watched the stars
We watched the stars that burned trillions of miles away
Counting the meteors that died bravely that night… 222 more words

Leviticus 18

Leviticus 18 begins and ends with God stating the obvious: “I am the Lord your God”.  Often we forget the relationship we have with God.  397 more words

Arlin Sorensen

The Edges of the Harvest (Leviticus 19:9-10)

And so we enter into harvest season; we hold festivals and bring tins of baked beans or our prize winning parsnip to the front of church and thank God for another year of his provision and blessings. 486 more words


Leviticus 16

Leviticus 16 continues the instruction from God about becoming clean.  The past few chapters have addressed men and women and their unique personal situations around uncleanness and how to be restored.  362 more words

Arlin Sorensen

Jesus Hates Gays, Loves Bacon...Apparently

via Jesus Hates Gays, Loves Bacon…Apparently.

WED SEP 17, 2014

by Retroactive Genius

Noxious fundamentalist gasbag Bryan Fischer has come up with a bizarre new definition of a ‘Christian’ nation: it’s one where you can buy bacon. 

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Justice & Law

Leviticus 15

Leviticus 15 focuses a bit more on being clean for worship.  Leviticus is a book which was written so that the people of God would come to understand how to worship before a holy and righteous God.  387 more words

Arlin Sorensen