A Blessed Christmas

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I will have limited internet access until Dec. 27 and probably will not be able to moderate comments.
Readers will have noticed that postings have slowed down lately. The end of the semester produces a backlog of work and I have worried that I have started to repeat myself. We will see what happens with the new year.
In the meantime, best wishes for a blessed and merry Christmas.
Michael Root

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4 Responses to “A Blessed Christmas”

  1. Rev. Judson Merrell Says:

    And a Merry Christmas to you to Dr. Root!

  2. Lance Henderson Says:

    You mean now that you are not dean you actually feel obligated to read and grade papers at a semester’s end? Awful. You should get that dean gig back. 😉

    Merry Christmas to you and yours!
    Lance

  3. Tony Metze Says:

    Now, Lance, behave yourself. Dr. Root graded my papers on time, but then that was just a few years ago…Merry Christmas!

  4. P. Bergsagel Says:

    Thank you Dr. Root for this blog. Your theological insights are useful for a Lutheran in Canada (ELCiC) going through very similar struggles as the members of the ELCA. Please keep up the struggle. Please keep posting your insights, even at the risk of repeating yourself. We need persons such as yourself who has the ability to provide us mortals with such good theological insights.

    Maybe in the new year, if your time allows, you could help us better understand the future direction of the Lutheran Church in North America. What insights do you have if the church ends up fragmenting or even splitting (which is becoming more and more likely each day here in Canada as the ELCiC seems to be following “lock step” with the ELCA (and is IMHO making the same mistakes with its recent “Study of Human Sexuality).

    Thanks so much for your blog. Please keep proclaiming the faith, even if some do not want to hear it.

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