Uncle Felix’s Letter to the Lutheran Witness March 23, 2015 by Lloyd Jr. 3 Comments Someone want to take a shot at transcribing this?
I read this somewhere before. Felix could come up with things in a interestin way . He could be downright funny. I wish Elizabeth and Justin and Felix and Carol and Lillian and Bud and Alma and Florence and Fred and whoever I missed, were still with us.
I forgot Edgar Beck . I had a feeling I forgot somebody. Anyone else?
Julie Baker says
The Lutheran Witness
I had hoped that being a Lutheran would spare me from being cloned into “The Brave New World” of modern theology. The “Praising God with Dance” article in the march witness was a brutal disillusionment. I was not aware that the Bible was so filled with admonitions to worship God through liturgical dancing. Ms Voss neglected to tell us where in Holy Scriptures the appropriate costumes, “traditional black leotards, tights and shirts,” were prescribed.
The contemporary wearers of royal raiments so prevalent in Christendom today, should not be given voice in the publication which we Lutherans hope will remain a standard bearer for our faith.
It was reassuring to see the title of the very fine and appropriately placed article, “Back to Basics – The sixth Commandment”, which immediately followed, as i was having the uneasy feeling that some one had altered my copy with a few pages from Playboy.
Yours in Faith