Friday, December 31, 2004


The mailman dropped off an invitation to a New Year's Eve Miracle Service just in time. Dr. Leon "Doc" Stutzman will be at Christ Cathedral in downtown Dayton this evening. The mailer asks those questions of eternal consequence: "What will 2005 be like?", "Will I have the good things I desire?", and most importantly, "What must I do to thrive in 2005?"

(This may SHOCK you, but there's no mention of "taking up your cross", "unless a seed falls to the ground and dies", etc)

Below is a personal note from the KRAZY KOOL "Doc". I think he's plagiarizing an advertisement for the psychic hotline.

Maybe next year they'll do palm readings, too.


Valerie (Kyriosity) said...

You'd think a word from God would sound a little less like a bumper sticker....

Tim said...

I'd didn't include this in the post, but what is eery to me is how some of the charismatics seem to be exchanging Christianity for "spirituality".

While waiting in the Toyota service department this week I caught part of "Montel" on TV. He was interviewing a psychic. The psychic "message" seems much more mainstream and upbeat now. Is it possible that charismatics and psychics are both moving towards the same destination (i.e. "spirituality"), just from opposite directions?