I should point out that my friend, Rev. Scott Heitshusen, pointed out a couple of the Scripture passages to me. Thanks, Scott!
Very interesting. I'm sure there is a long story about the lighting. As a photographer, I am doubly sensitive to the use (or misuse) of light in acoustic space.
So where would the permanent font be placed in the English tradition?
Famously depressed that is!
Something is also causing the Script to force PDFPen to close. I will email you the error offlist if you would like to peek at it.
I am trying to use this script and it wants to ask what language to scan the document in. Is there a way of making that a part of the script?
I will check on your permissions and figure out what\'s going on. I would really like you to be able to post!
I don\'t disagree with you either, Christopher. I just found it rather astonishing that the patristic fathers seem to pretty universally taken the garment as charity.
@Christopher I noticed that in the ACCS series Augustine and a couple other fathers make the explicit point that the wedding garment is charity and NOT baptism. What do you think of that?
Of course, I also have to admit that my first thought after seeing the author (Corvinus) is that Dracula is now doing the one year lectionary?