Monday, October 17, 2005
Full Throttled Religions
Well, my 'fessional Lutheran friends will be happy with me, I think. Last night I
re-purchased this book:
I'm not sure why. I read it once... okay, let me be truthful... I kind of skimmed it when I did my "time" at the Big House when I thought the good Lord was calling me to go the Preacher-man route. I did not particularly care for the book, and I got rid of it pretty much as soon as I could. But since I've started reading some Lutheran blogs the book The Hammer of God keeps popping up. It seems to be a "seminal" work so, I decided that I should probably pick it up and give it the "old college try" once again. So, I bought it and promptly put it on my book shelf to age. I'll get around to it, eventually.
Sadly, between work, school, and sleep my time has been pretty well monopolized and I haven't been able to keep up with my theological readings. My BoC sits quietely on my bedside table gathering dust, so too my Bible.
It is a beautiful day here in Indianapolis. The city is gearing up for the first of the three Monday Night football games. I believe the Colts are scheduled to beat the St. Louis Rams tonight. I hope its a good game. I was quite pleased the result of last Monday Night's game as my Steelers bested the Rams. If for no other reason it was fun to watch the chin of Bill Cower jut out about fifteen feet. Though, I am saddened by the fact that the Steelers lost yesterday. *shucks*
So there it is, the two great religions: Lutheranism and football all in one post. Can it get any better than that? I think not.