Ministries, Old and New

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Reading John Wyclif `On the Pastoral office' with a ThM class this morning, I was struck by how he fulminated against the fact that clergy in his day only wanted to minister at big, lucrative, socially prestigious churches.  Imagine my shock when I looked at the footnotes and realised that, no, Wyclif wasn't writing last week for an American audience but was actually a fourteenth century Englishman.  Spooky, possums.
(and, while we're at it, is the Mel Trotter Ministries I saw advertised on 28th St in Grand Rapids this morning actually a misprint?  I know of no `Mel' only a `Del'.....)
Posted April 25, 2008 @ 4:05 PM by Rodney Trotter
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