Proposal: Radix Fidem Booklet

You knew I was plotting something, right?

I believe we need a booklet that expands on our Radix Fidem pamphlet. I suppose the simplest way to go about it is try to produce a short chapter for each item.

This is a parish wide call for participation. I don’t care if you’ve never so much as clicked “like” on one the posts here; you are welcome to participate. Those of you most active will at least need to be ready to act as an editorial board, so to speak.

I don’t want to restrict how people do this, only that we enter into a cooperative spirit. You can decide to collaborate if that’s your style, or take charge of one or more chapters, but whatever the case, you should obviously feel driven by conviction to get involved. However, a primary qualification is that you tend to feel unworthy. That’s the starting place for all my blather on this blog. It’s the apprehension that you will likely fail but you just can’t say “no” to God’s calling.

Take some time to pray. In the near future I’ll try to help set the tone by drafting some kind of introduction, or at least a preface. And if you would prefer to steal that role, jump right on it. This is my blog, but it’s your parish. It’s a parish because you choose to participate, and I want to ensure readers of this proposed pamphlet know it’s not a one-man cult-like thing.

Whaddaya say?

About Ed Hurst

Disabled Veteran, prophet of God's Laws, Bible History teacher, wannabe writer, volunteer computer technician, cyclist, Social Science researcher
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3 Responses to Proposal: Radix Fidem Booklet

  1. Jay DiNitto says:

    I like this idea, and I feel like I could help in some way. I’m not sure how quite yet.


  2. Ed Hurst says:

    Jay, I think it would be quite refreshing to see how you restate things, so just pick anything that suits you. Or make some kind of comment on as much as you like, because it will certainly affect the outcome.


  3. Jay DiNitto says:

    That works for me, Ed. I’ll keep the eyes open.


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