[quote="Heirbyadoption"And I do apologize, it's Praise To The Man, I believe, not Hail.[/quote]
I believe you're right. I recall the first line saying "Praise to the Man who communed with Jehovah".
Maybe our little error there proves we aren't undercover LDS
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- Tue Jan 16, 2018 12:12 am
- Forum: General Theology
- Topic: Philosophical and Spiritual Happenings of the 1800's
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Another one, perhaps bigger than all those mentioned, but somehow ignored until now: Transcendentalism. Transcendentalism's effect can be seen in so much of the New Age, America's Christianity, and the society at-large.. A few things I can think of: -the need to look to self/ experience, not the Bib...
ohio jones wrote:KingdomBuilder wrote:ohio jones wrote:Walk in the snow?
Talk about it for 3 centuries...
Hmm, you might have missed the pun. Oh well, it was rather corny anyway.
Miss a pun? Not a chance. 2 feet.. walk.. bipedal transport... got it.
I think you should earnestly tell yourself that "winning or losing doesn't matter.. at all". The game may entail and winner or loser, but the focus should be on keeping peace, building fellowship, and enjoying one another.
Heirbyadoption wrote:Certainly a little more bearable (with the aforementioned exception) than Hail To The Man or If I Could Hie To Kolob, lol.
I use "Hail to The Man" quite frequently as a "proof text" to show what Mormonism is really about... It's out there for sure.
Good to know. I had only ever seen this version in a couple of LDS hymnals that I have. Glad I'm not the only one who enjoys studying various groups' hymns :) I came across a pretty unique, exclusively LDS, hymn.. Verse 3 is the most LDS of them all, I'd say, but I can get over it. Israel, Israel, ...
Josh wrote:In The Christian Example, one story cited playing Dutch Blitz as possibly endangering one's salvation.
Right after the section entitled: "Was Your Baptism Made Void By Immersion in Chlorinated Water?"
Some probably are lurking then want to say something so they join. But after the moment passes, they do too. Maybe we need to follow up more. I noticed someone from Quebec a couple of days ago, so I sent him a note of welcome. Haven't heard back, but maybe we need to do more of that. Get people eng...