Cheese Is the Reason for the Liturgical Season?

I’ve mentioned my discomfort with what is often described as “contemporary” worship in the past, at least in part because I tend to think that the Creator and Savior of the Universe deserves better than effete Lite Rock and shiny, happy Jesus sermons. There are few levels of cheese more fragrant than that of the “cool youth pastor who’s ‘down with the kids.'”

The Gormogons remind me that I am not alone.

About profmondo

Dad, husband, mostly free individual, medievalist, writer, and drummer. "Gladly wolde he lerne and gladly teche."
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1 Response to Cheese Is the Reason for the Liturgical Season?

  1. Kate P says:

    Oh, my gosh. I haven’t thought about “Happy Birthday, Baby Jesus” in years. Decades, probably. I just had a flashback of my first-grade self, doing air guitar to that song with my classmates.

    It’s pretty easy to guess that a couple of years later, my parents transferred my brother and me out of that school out of concern for our religious development.

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