Primitive Christianity Revived, Again
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A year or so ago I wrote a post that referenced the Sleater-Kinney song “Sympathy”. I return to it here for a slightly different reason. Its poignant, profound lyrics are written from the perspective of a mother whose newborn son’s survival hangs in the balance. In her desperation and fear, she calls out to God.
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I’m not the best believer,
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Last night my honey and I attended the 50th anniversary Fancy-Schmancy Dinner of his workplace. The women in his department had been dithering for days on end about what they would wear, how they would find time to get a professional manicure for the occasion, etc. The men too were in a tizzy about dressing "right" for the occasion. This not being Halloween we opted to go as ourselves, he in a homespun homemade shirt and black twill pants, me in a homemade homespun dress. We gave our nod to…Continue
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On Saturday, November 6th, 2010, Philadelphia Yearly Meeting's Peace Committee welcomed us to the Yearly Meeting family as a Working Group. We are grateful for the guidance and support of the Friends community, which has included Minutes of support and financial assistance from Old Haverford Friends Monthly Meeting and the Haverford Quarterly Meeting.
Our current projects include expanding our counterrecruitment literature with new brochures focused on helping students in…Continue
that of Godto speak.
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