The Stations of the Cross is an event and order of service found in many main-stream and Orthodox Christian Churches. These photographic renderings presented there in represent 9 of the 14 possible stations. Our church, Saint John the Evangelist Episcopal Church, Tulare, CA hosts the Stations of the Cross through the Lenten Season.
Today we learned about a Covenant between God and the prophet Jeremiah. We also talked about the Ten Commandments. The Decalogue: Contemporary, page 350 BCP, 1978
Solentiname is an archipelago o
n the Pacific coast of Nicaragua. It held a communal Christian community during the Somoza regime. Their community was destroyed by the Somoza-directed Guardia Nacional.
It is a good story, a worthy Bible -study read. Hopefully we will be studying the book at Saint John’s this spring.
Liberation Theology has been accused of being Communist, Marxist and Socialist. It goes against the Prosperity Gospel Theology currently popular among many Protestant Believers. The campesinos who shared their thoughts with the author were later dispersed by the raids of the Guardia Nacional several of the campesinos were killed in the process .
Christ’s Liberation is for all , not just for a few. Join us in the study of the Bible with the campesinos of Solentiname this spring at St. John’s.
God Bless the Graham family.