• Ralph Hythloday

    The headline about Ms. Maynard is misleading. It makes it sound like she died of the brain cancer. She didn’t. She killed herself. News reports should make this crystal clear.

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  • R. Cimino

    Nice report, but it should be noted that Reformation Sunday was last weekend (Oct. 26). It always falls on the last Sunday of October.

  • Rev. Albert W. Kovacs – UCC

    It is no accident Reformation Day is on the day before All Saints/All Souls days, because it arose out of the abuses Luther (Zwingli, etc.) discerned in the churches’ practices and theology about the dead. It can’t be separated any more than Christmas Eve and Christmas Day are inextricably connected. It is usually observed on the previous Sunday by Lutheran, Reformed and Presbyterian congregations.

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  • Karla

    The Taybeh brewery needs to read a Bible. Ephesians 5:18 says don’t get
    drunk and 1 Corinthians 6:10 says that drunkards go to hell. The wine that
    Jesus made was for symbolic reasons not to get drunk plus it was new wine
    and diluted. Bible says don’t get drunk with wine for it’s debauchery so the
    people who still get drunk with/on the strong wine are also wrong/go to hell.
    People seem to forget Jesus said you are one of Mine only if you follow Me
    and many will say to Me Lord,Lord and not enter heaven! We must follow!

  • Charles Freeman

    Wine good! Only good Christians don’t get drunk. All others will go to Hell. I am sad for all the Christians with whom I’ve imbibed a glass or three. Of course, if you confess and be contrite, you can avoid unpleasantness. Meet you at the bar, pub, taverna, great restaurant, or under a shady tree in the summetime.