Thursday, May 7, 2015

Something I've long believed in the premise of this book which I haven't read

I figured out recently that I'm working 75 hours a week so it's no wonder really that this project has been neglected.  I still have occasional spikes of views in the thousands but I don't understand what's behind that.  I don't think it's people.

Anyway, I've always taken it for granted that the Holy Spirit's palette and lexicon are comprehensive and utterly inclusive.  I remember from History of the Catholic Church the story of the impact on St. Augustine by children singing outside his window.   They were singing 'Pick up. Pick up. Pick up and read." He turned to the bible with a new level of attention. I really need to read his Confessions.  I had some preconceived ideas of it as preachy and religiose.  'Confessions' sounds preoccupied with 'sin' which I find boring as a focus.