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wired

FWIW, I go and do all the pillar of the church community stuff at our More Light Presbyterian church (or I did, until I moved to the middle of nowhere, where my mom is a pastor), and I took the kids. My agnostic husband stays home. It's not really an either/or thing.

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I had a funny little thrill as we sang the doxology, which I've always liked... Our matching religious backgrounds also make visiting his family on holidays nice, because our songs match. Me and his oldest sister are notorious for loving the doom and gloom and martial hymns the best. Anything about thorns and suffering and smiting the foe! Yeah!

I like the idea of Unitardians, and I also like waffly Pagans... (The local Deadwood Unitardians have a women's group that like, totally dances naked in the moonlight in the hills every month with their animal spirits, and when I went to their service, instead of Amen they say Blessed be. This is awesome, but also... a little boring. If I'm going to do all that, then I also want to get laid.)

I wish there could be philosophy class, but with stained glass, an organ, fancy pointy ceilings, and good songs. I scoff at folding chairs. High church atheism!

Wired

Yes, that's sort of what my husband wants. He feel uncomfortable going to church with be because he was raised Episcopalian, and misses it. I believe the exact quote was "Religion without pagentry is like Snickers without peanuts."

Meanwhile, when I go to church with his family, I have to remember not to actually mutter about idolatry and bread and circuses.

(I love Easter music -- Lives again our glorious king/where o death is now thy sting?)

Wired

Oh, and I don't know a gender-neutral doxology, but the gender-neutral Gloria Patri goes:

Praise God from whom all blessings flow
Praise God all creatures here below
Praise God above ye heavenly host
Creator, Christ, and Holy Ghost

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