Pentecost Is Upon Us

Well, beloved, yet another Pentecost Sunday is upon us. For those of you poor, benighted, non-mainline souls who don’t know what I’m talking about, Pentecost is the Greek name for the Jewish Feast of Weeks which celebrates the giving of the Law on Mount Sinai. It is significant in the Christian world because it commemorates […]

Pentecost, The Holy Spirit And Me

Yesterday, many churches celebrated Pentecost. If you’re not a mainliner, it’s quite possible you don’t know what I’m talking about since many evangelical churches don’t like to mention it, much less celebrate it. Strangely, you heathens who don’t go to church, or worse, don’t believe in all this religious mumbo-jumbo, may know more about it than […]

The Spirit Moves

Regular readers of But Not Yet have probably noticed that I don’t say much about the Holy Spirit. There’s a reason for that: the Holy Spirit makes me uncomfortable. Not necessarily in that convicted way, that I should be doing something different. No, she makes me uneasy because of some past experiences. For that to make sense, […]