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  • The Economy of Sin

    by Richard Bryant
  • Proper 8A (2017)

    by Kyle Fever
  • My Version

    by Steve Garnaas-Holmes
  • Proper 8A (2017)

    by Phil Heinze
  • Proper 8A (2017)

    by Scott Hoezee
    If you need any indication of how well known Paul’s final words from Romans 6 are, you need look no further than a recent New Yorker cartoon that had been featured on my page-a-day New Yorker calendar back on February 2. The cartoon shows a highway toll station with three toll booths. The booth on the far left is labeled “CASH”, the center toll booth is for “EZ-PASS,” and the one on far right “WAGES OF SIN.” But that toll booth did not feature the usual window through which to pay the attendant but was clearly a curtained Confessional Booth from a Catholic church. And it was the only “toll booth” to which a car was headed! Even the secular world well outside the church has some sense that there is such a thing as sin, that it does have some kind of consequences, and that sooner or later we each of us needs to deal with that fact. CASH and EZ-PASS will only get you so far.
  • Enslaved to God?

    by Anne Le Bas
  • Marmite Nightmare

    by Fay Rowland
  • Whom Do You Obey?

    by Bill White

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