The Fellowship Book is Broken

Introduction Well I finally got around to it, and it was a slog. That is probably an unfair start to a book review, but I intend to keep this brief since I have very little nice to say. And my mother did try her best to drill into my head, “if you can’t say somethingContinue reading “The Fellowship Book is Broken”

More Zwinglian that Zwingli

I have been enjoying Gavin Ourtland’s Youtube channel lately. And I have been particularly edified by his work on icons and the Eastern Orthodox church. Granted he is far kinder and ecumenical than I would be, but that good will disagreement has not been expressed in return. I was particularly fascinated by the reaction toContinue reading “More Zwinglian that Zwingli”

Clarifying the Melting Pot

Introduction One of the particulars of Protestantism that Eastern Orthodox and Papists can not wrap their heads around is our ability to be sectarian. They claim to be unified in all things, even though after a little letting your fingers do the walking for you that it becomes apparent that they manifestly are not. ForContinue reading “Clarifying the Melting Pot”

Your World as I See it: Recover the Joy of Being Reformed

Editors Note: This is this is a continuation of a series within the impromptus section. I call it, Your World as I See it by Astor Clement. Similar to Doug Wilsons No Quarter November, I will, under the pseudonym, be offering my unvarnished opinions at will. As to that nome de plume, if you areContinue reading “Your World as I See it: Recover the Joy of Being Reformed”

Just Shy of an Android Priest

It’s usually the smells and bells that lure people away into Catholicism or Eastern Orthodoxy. Though they deny it, claiming that it is the beauty and depth of the service, when you boil it down it is the pageantry of it all. But really there is only a centuries difference that separates the smells andContinue reading “Just Shy of an Android Priest”