About angelsportion

REVEREND CHRISTOPHER I. THOMA is a husband, father, and Lutheran pastor in Michigan. He is allergic to sharks, has a 4th-degree black belt in Monopoly, is bored by scary movies, and drives a Jeep Wrangler he pretends is the Millennium Falcon.

23 thoughts on “About angelsportion”

  1. I just wanted to say thank you for stopping by my blog today. It looks like you’re bringing a unique combination of interests to yours. I think you’ll gain a diverse audience as you go! Despite some Kentucky distilling ancestors, I’ve never developed a taste for whisk(e)y. Maybe someday I’ll try the Scottish variety….

  2. Thank you for visiting my poetry blog. Like yours too…

  3. Lord has seen fit to help me “undevelop ” my taste 10 years sober. Thanks visit my blog. Many people of faith come here for clean wholesome chuckles.

  4. Hey thank you so much for following me! You’re so talented! I love reading what you have written 🙂 Keep it up! Can’t wait to see more of it

  5. Love the combination of Spirit and spirits!

  6. Christopher, thanks so much for visiting my site and leaving a footprint.
    Blessings in Spirit(s).

  7. Christopher,
    Thank you for taking time out of what must be a very busy life, to stop by my humble blog and click the little box that makes me smile. I’m still new enough to this wonderful community to feel ‘special’ when someone likes something I’ve written. So, thank you for making me feel special today.
    Your writing is wonderful and I look forward to spending time here.

  8. Christopher,
    I’m happy to find your blog — my husband loves good whiskey. Me? Not so much….but I do write, so there you go. 🙂

    Thanks for liking my “In Defense of Super Heroes” post. I hope you’ll come again and share your thoughts.


  9. Theology and the Water of Life . . . what better combination??

  10. So pleased to find another theologian whisky buff (there’s quite a few of us, you know!), and a Lutheran to boot! Love your posts and the pic of St. Giles up there. I lived just down the mile from it when I was doing my Master’s at New College in Edinburgh.

  11. Mike Kirchhoff said:

    As a lifetime LCMS Lutheran – whose ancestors were part of the Great Lutheran Migration – I found your December 18th post to be exceptional. Points very well made!

  12. Pau. Sermersheim said:

    Greetings from Danville, IL where you lived some portion of your life! I would like to see a review of Old Parr Scotch. It is popular in Central America and I’m not really sure why. Saw it whan I was a Peace Corps volunteer in Panama.

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