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Sunday, January 12, 2003

 

"The main reason that the Son of God became incarnate on earth as the man Jesus was to change the way that people thought about God - from a distant, vengeful impersonal Force to a merciful, loving Father."

Uhh ... no.

What is it about Epiphanytide - especially the feast itself and of the Baptism - that inspires homilists to spout nonsense that reveals their personal deviations from orthodoxy?

posted by Kelly | 2:02 PM link
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