The Presbyterian Theologian, the Moslem Girl, and the Anglican Choral Evensong

From time to time, in addition to the expressed purpose of this blog to deal with biblical theology, I also want to call the readers’ attention to interesting articles I come across.  This article has to do with what happens when a Presbyterian theologian sits down beside a Moslem girl wearing a hijab at an Anglican choral evensong.  By the way, when you read the article, the author makes reference to a particular feast day on which this evensong was being held.  I did some research, and found out that the Friday he refers to would have been June 28, which, in the Roman Catholic and Anglican calendars, would have been the feast day of St. Irenaeus.  For The Recapitulator blog startup date, I chose the feast day in the Greek Orthodox calendar.  In any case, please check the article out; I think you’ll find it to be very interesting.  You may find it here.   When you read it, let me know what you think.  And, actually, there is a biblical-theological connection.

August 28, 2013