Daily Archives: 21 January 2010

Testing the Music, Some Examples

Tony commented on the other “Testing the Music” thread about a curiosity. What if the SLJ’s tossed a piece of theirs because it was “pure unadulterated crap.” I can’t speak for other composers, but I can offer a few examples … Continue reading

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“Why, O Lord, Why?”

(This is Neil) The Orthodox priest John Breck’s “Life in Christ” column is presently about Haiti. I would like to make one quick note before I provide an excerpt. Breck writes, “Most people, including many Orthodox Christians, have had their … Continue reading

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Day 4 – The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, 2010

(This is Neil) Day 4 Theme: Bearing witness through celebrating the faith we have received Text – “What things?” They replied, “The things about Jesus of Nazareth.” (Luke 24:19) Readings Deuteronomy 6:3-9 The Lord is our God, the Lord alone … Continue reading

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