Monthly Archives: December 2012

The Last Story, Part Three – The End

 . . . . . She opened her window and asked who was there.  “Sarah, do you not know me?” said I.  She screamed with fright, for she thought me a ghost; but I told her to unfasten the door, … Continue reading

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The Last Story, Part Two

. . . . . . It was two years from the time I left America that I returned to Boston.  I was walking in a hurried manner up one of its streets, when I met my brother-in-law.  He could … Continue reading

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The Last Story, Part One

This is the first installment of a three part story which will be our last look at the book as we will then move on to other places . . .                    … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas . . .

 . . .As we celebrate the Birth of our Saviour, Jesus Christ. On Sunday our Pastor was preaching on our Hope from the Psalms, who is Christ.  He said this:  “When Christ returns, unimaginable Wrong will be set unquestionably Right.”  Is … Continue reading

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What could he do in Heaven?

It was many years ago, when stagecoaches still ran, that an excellent old clergyman, who had a keen observation of the world, was traveling on the top of a coach.  It was cold, wintry weather, and coachman, who called himself a Christian, … Continue reading

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A Creed

A Creed             What of the peasant Spiridion, who, when Eulogius, was pouring along a train of impalpable argument and slippery speech, sprang up, exclaiming, “Hear me, philosopher: Christ and his apostles left us not a system of logic, nor … Continue reading

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The Adventure with the Owl

The Adventure of the OwlFrom the Preface:             Scarcely any work of its kind illustrates the good, the bad, and sometimes, the strange material of which Church History is composed… …even its queer stories, like that of the council held … Continue reading

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