Tuesday, July 24, 2007

My Introduction

Alright, I'm Mitrethief here (love those hats), but my main blogs are Anglican Avenger (in English) and De Rerum Scriptura (in Latin). I still haven't figured out how to do linking here. I'm a cradle Episcopalian, baptised by an openly gay priest, currently under two women priests (awkward phrasing, I know, but I can't say priestess), ping-ponging between high and progressive branches. But I'm disappearing for a week for Latin Immersion Camp, so I'll comment more when I return. I would just like to thank Josh for inviting me to join.


writing_here said...

I stumbled across your blog after seeing it linked to in the comments of another blog.

As for making links - that code and all other current HTML code can be found at w3schools.com which is ran by the W3C, which is who decides what code is and isn't used on the WWW. xHTML 1.0 Transitional is the latest standard.

Alan Risard said...

I'm facinated by this blog, who invites one here. I am a truely progressive cradle Episcopalian son of a priest. A good man who has not followed our former bishop out of tec and is forming a new mission for like minded folk. As you may have guested where I'm from by now. I ramble in my writings, but that's how I think as well, but eventualy I get all these ramblings together in some conclussion or another. I believe the church is a dynamic ever evolving institution that cares for all it's members. Even the neo-cons who have blown apart the diocese of San Joaquin and blamed it on the liberals. Anyway here I go rambleing again trying to find my point. And that is that we are all in this together. And we are all seeking GOD and it is important to have a strong and steady foundation. A foundation of love, hope and faith. After all God is love.