The Sacred Sandwich



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  • Comment by Errol Grant — July 21, 2013 @ 11:18 pm

    The RCMP are to go after the bad guys, and church, that is our job, too. The boys in red do not leave a stone unturned to get their man, and we should likewise be about moving mountains in order to share the Good News. By the way, I don’t see King in this picture, and this fellow looks as though he may be concerned about his magnificent canine, and rightly so. Our King is in Heaven ready to make a way through the mountains, or even move them, if necessary. “He will make a way through the mountains, He will make a way through the sea. In desert lands, He will raise fountains, He will make a way for me.”

  • Comment by Janis — July 22, 2013 @ 5:54 am

    Now this is a Dudley Do-Right that really IS doing right! 🙂

  • Comment by Errol Grant — July 22, 2013 @ 12:26 pm

    This is funny – I read “mountains” instead of “mounties” on the caption. I guess I need a new pair of specs for these old eyes. Hey, Angus, do you ever have that problem or am I alone enjoying this malady? My mia culpa.

  • Comment by patti iverson — July 29, 2013 @ 9:57 pm

    Jeannette McDonald could move mounties too–at least one.

  • Comment by Steve Crespo — August 3, 2013 @ 1:52 am

    Now I can’t get “The Lumberjack Song” out of my mind! …Thanks!


  • Comment by Stephen Cracknell — August 3, 2013 @ 8:51 pm

    Faith may indeed move Mounties but can it, I humbly ask, move the aged President & Publisher, Angus Wordsworth Duncan, for more regular postings? We here at long for the SS to be more active, much like Angus’ pacemaker.

  • Comment by Mary Lou — August 16, 2013 @ 3:58 pm

    Just discovered your site today. Love it! And, being Canadian, I love the Mountie cartoon.

  • Comment by Stephen Cracknell — August 18, 2013 @ 4:29 am

    Hi Mary Lou (love the name.You wouldn’t be American by any chance? Is Canada near America? Are Canadians ‘Americans’?); we use to love this site too. But don’t hold your breath too long. The Mountie may still be there in December! Only Angus can move it; faith cannot. (You can visit my website instead!!?)

  • Comment by Mary Lou — August 20, 2013 @ 8:58 am

    I do have Americans in my background, Stephen. But you have to go a fair way back to find them. Some of my maternal grandmother’s family came to Canada way back at the time of the American Revolution. They were United Empire Loyalists who wanted to stay loyal to England so came north to Canada. But they maintained connections with those family members who stayed in the States.

    Since I just found this site, I have a lot of catching up to do. So if Angus doesn’t post anything too soon, I will still have a lot to enjoy here. But I’ll gladly take in your site, too!

  • Comment by Stephen Cracknell — August 21, 2013 @ 2:27 am

    Well said, Mary Lou. My site (christianfaith dot com) has SACRED SANDWICH listed as a favourite destination. It’s unique and very clever. You will find a great deal to explore for your edification. BTW, you mentioned your family history with a reference to past loyal roots to England. Sore point within my country (Australia) at the moment in that they are thrashing us in cricket in the ‘Old Country’ ie England! Perhaps this is where Angus is – watching cricket and drinking Darjeeling!?

  • Comment by Mary Lou — August 21, 2013 @ 11:11 am

    I visited your site, Stephen. You have a lot of good material there. I was particularly pleased to see that you include articles in the apologetics field (the Krauss and Wm. Lane Craig debate was very clever). I have been dabbling in apologetics for years and am always glad to find new information and new approaches.

    Sorry to hear your cricket team is being thrashed. That’s a game that a lot of Canadians are ignorant about — including me!

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