Monthly Archives: November 2015

More Words about Should

More than the usual number of comments have been made related to my last post on “should” .  I was told that “should” always leaves the hearer with a choice which the word “must” does not. Other friends sent me … Continue reading

Posted in Faith, Family, Uncategorized | 3 Comments

Crossing the boundary unscathed

This post continues the “Old Fool’s”  musings about mysteries in the known and the unknown. How can he worship God in the church and respect science in Borderlands?  He has dubbed this exploration “my sci-tho-lo-gy.” One Sunday morning I enjoyed … Continue reading

Posted in Biblical Interpretation, Church, Faith, Uncategorized | 6 Comments

Mystery in Rocks and Web

This post is about the struggles of an octogenarian who worships the unknown and is troubled by his ignorance of  the knowable. On Sunday Morning it is my custom to attend the worship service at College Mennonite Church.  This past … Continue reading

Posted in Biblical Interpretation, Church, Faith, Uncategorized | Tagged , , | 6 Comments