Thursday, May 19, 2011

Is Anglican worship in NZ chaotic and anarchic?

Bosco Peters has a challenging post re worship in our church. I have made comments there. No need for further comment here.

This will be my last post for a few days. Partly for technical reasons (some work required on the blogging machine to speed up its functioning and undo its malfunctioning) and partly for family celebration reasons I need to take a break from computing. Till Monday ...

7 comments:

liturgy said...

Thanks, Peter, for pointing to my post (you may have noticed I pointed to one of yours 2 days ago) and for your helpful comments there.

Probably only those who blog regularly know what it is like to do what you do here. Thanks for all you offer and see you after Saturday's Rapture.

Bosco

Peter Carrell said...

Yes, I did notice.

I can understand your confidence re Saturday's Rapture coming to pass, but do you really think both of us will make it through? Surely all the godly commenters on both our blogs cannot all be wrong. One of us must miss out, if not on the grounds of heresy, then on the grounds of mistaken support/opposition to the Covenant :)

liturgy said...

Sorry to have been unclear, Peter. I assumed both of us to still be down here blogging on Monday. Saturday's Rapture is for a very select few. 12 million I gather. That's 1 in 500. The rest of us 6 billion will hardly notice it.

Peter Carrell said...

Darn! There are one or two deadlines I was hoping not to have to keep :)

Graham Pointer said...

But if the Rapture happens in the USA in Saturday, won't you have a Sunday Rapture?

Father Ron Smith said...

Peter, why not give us the real low-down on your withdrawal from your blog this weekend? Do you, in fact, really believe the evangelical commentator who has predicted the arrival of Armageddon on 21 May?

If you do, I don't expect you to answer this immediately. If you don't, I expect you'll be back.

Hermano David | Brother Dah • veed said...

The rest of us 6 billion will hardly notice it.

This is not just the Rapture, this is the Day of Judgment. There are to be earthquakes and other horrible calamities. You folks in Christchurch have not seen anything yet!