REVEREND CHRISTOPHER I. THOMA is a Lutheran pastor, author, public speaker, and cultural critic. He is allergic to sharks, has a 4th-degree black belt in Monopoly, is relatively unmoved by scary movies, and drives a Jeep Wrangler he pretends is the Millennium Falcon.
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….
Absolutely! The gifts of God for the people of God!
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!
You are kind, Brother Kirchhoff. Cheers and blessings to you and yours.
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.
Christopher Thoma said:
Greetings back at you! I’ll see what I can do.