Monthly Archives: March 2015

Onward with the Cross

This is the Old Fool’s 89th. birthday and today I am more aware of lent than I have ever been. I’ve read that lent is a time for house(life) cleaning.  And I am not adept at cleaning anything, let alone … Continue reading

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The Folly of God (and those who put their faith in him)

Yesterday the sun shone brightly and the temperature in Goshen was beginning to slowly warm. The snow was melting.  There were signs among the birds that spring is coming.  Sugar Maple trees are being tapped for their sap.  There was … Continue reading

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Thinking through Lent to the Resurrection

On Sunday the Borderland’s class was unusually instructive and a bit confusing. With humor, fact and illustrations, a retired psychology professor lectured on the “nomonology network”. By using power point, the professor displayed a screen on which he had drawn two … Continue reading

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