By rights, because Pastor Becca Clark of St Paul's United Methodist Church in Castleton, NY mentions my name about ten times, I ought to have the rest of the summer off. Especially since I don't get to invoke this rule all that often.
But--sigh--there is a world to save. I'll be back at the keyboard tomorrow.
But listen to Pastor Becca's sermon by clicking here. It's about 15 minutes long and my ears start burning about halfway through. If you don't want to listen, read Becca's summary of the sermon on the blog.
Here, by the way, is the post of mine that she's riffing on.
What an honor, Becca. Thanks!
PS Meanwhile, if you want a good recap of the debate in the Senate so far of the way-too-weak-but-at-least-we're-finally-talking-about-it climate bill sponsored by Lieberman and Warner, click over to Grist.
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