the daily book , 5-4-20

“Sin is fun. Then it cuts your throat” – Rosalie De Rosset ”Actions have consequences” – John Sattler “It happens” – Jesus . I have a subscription to World magazine. My latest delivery included this book, “Coronavirus and Christ” by John Piper. I’m semi-familiar with him, do not know much about him except to say…… Continue reading the daily book , 5-4-20

the daily 26.2 , 4-23-20

What is the opposite of yesterday’s post about the sedate, gentlemanly pursuit of chess? Why, it’s the Olympic marathon! Whereas in chess you sit and stare, Olympic marathon requires you to run (the opposite of sitting) and hallucinate (the opposite of determined concentration). Why is running such an important part of Olympic marathoning? That’s how you…… Continue reading the daily 26.2 , 4-23-20

the daily he-man, 4-21-20

Okey-k’fokey, let’s see if The Purging Lutheran can post an article which doesn’t turn into a blab-a-thon such as yesterday’s the daily unoriginal content. Yerps! How long-winded was that? This week‘s posts, via unoriginal content, have been dedicated to the American past-times of healthy living and athletic entertainment. Today’s snapshot includes two! types of hobbies…… Continue reading the daily he-man, 4-21-20

While Pilate was sitting on the judge’s seat, his wife sent him this message: “Don’t have anything to do with that innocent man, for I have suffered a great deal today in a dream because of him.” – Matthew 27:19

  (this is a piece of fiction written by an unknown author)   “… “It suddenly closed in on me Gaius, the impact of how trapped I was. The proud arm of Rome with all its boast of justice was to be but a dirty dagger in the pudgy hands of the priest. I was…… Continue reading While Pilate was sitting on the judge’s seat, his wife sent him this message: “Don’t have anything to do with that innocent man, for I have suffered a great deal today in a dream because of him.” – Matthew 27:19