Saturday, July 11, 2009

General Convention News

Just like three years ago, only more so. It's interesting to observe a change in ideological dynamic, as "conservative" or "traditional" portions of the church have left to form their own organizations. One would think controversy would now be a thing of the past. Not so, as one may see from this article:

Deputies delay approval of Central Ecuador bishop election

Also, it appears the church calendar, which is rapidly becoming a depository for just about any historical figure admired by any individual who is a member of the committee that decides such things, is already attracting the kind of debate that reminds me of the 1980's.

Meanwhile, the C.M. Almy company seeks to sell as much stuff as possible, as captured in the photo above.