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Tobias Haller on Truth and Tradition

Tobias Haller has a thoughtful post up over on his blog, In a Godward direction: “Ideas are not true because they are old, though they may be old because they are true. The paradox is that how long a given idea has been around is of no use in proving its truth, and past staying-power [...]

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Of Ceremonies

In light of yesterday’s post, Miranda brought to my attention this passage from Thomas Cranmer: Whereas in this our time the minds of men are so divers, that some think it a great matter of conscience to depart from a piece of the least of their Ceremonies, they be so addicted to their old customs; [...]

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Everybody Knows

Terry Martin has been attending the Great Emergence Conference down in Memphis, posted an moderately interesting rant yesterday. I’m not sure about the exact context, although I have some guesses. His first two points I largely agree with–although I would also add that I think there are reasons beyond aesthetic that projection screens are not [...]

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