The process of making meaning isn’t clean or perfect. We are often drawing from complex and muddled material which contains its own flaws and drawing a mixture of correct and incorrect inclusions. This episode of LectionARIC explores what that looks like and means. Don’t Forget To Be Awesome.
At some point I’ll probably stop cross-posting these videos over to Two Friars so I’d really appreciate it if you would click through and “subscribe”. I’m committed to making LectionARIC as good as I possibly can. So far I’m pretty proud of the results. Despite the fact that we’re in Year B the lectionary jumps […]
I’m back with the second video for LectionARIC. This puts me ahead of the Revised Common Lectionary which is where I hope to stay. Ideally I’ll be releasing one of these every Tuesday going forward so people who use the lectionary can count this as a resource. The new addition this time is theme music! […]
We’ve arrived at one of Aric’s most fool-ish days yet. The one where he decides to become a Youtuber. This is the first of a series of videos taking an idiosyncratic look at scripture. To begin with I’m going to use texts from the Revised Common Lectionary, but as I get comfortable with performing in […]
We wrote a book called Never Pray Again. The book began as a thought experiment. What if you took the word “prayer” out of a variety of public and private forms of prayer? What would be left? Instead of prayers of confession you’d just have an imperative to confess. Instead of prayers for intercession you’d […]