I’m The Rev. Steve Pankey, Associate Rector at Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church in Foley, AL: a disciple, husband, dad, and priest who struggles to keep it all in the right order. Thankfully God, my wife, and the Church are all forgiving. This is my personal blog, not the opinion of The Episcopal Church or Saint Paul’s.
This is mostly a blog about the Bible and how it speaks to my life. The posts reflect my initial thoughts in preparation for sermons, which are also posted here along with a link to the podcast recording. Please leave comments here or on Facebook, I’d love to redraught my theology by engaging in conversation with you.
The title of this blog comes from
Theology – from the Greek theo meaning “God” and logos meaning “word” – Theology is a word about God.
Draughting – the British variation of draft – here we use it two ways.
1. Draught – verb – to make a blueprint of – our vision of God is never fully formed, the box we use is always too small, on this blog, I strive to hold loosely to what I already have, while always seeking to redraw my understanding of God.
2. Draught – noun – beer from a keg, I reserve the right to have some, and you can too, but always in moderation.
Check out my parish at www.saintpaulsfoley.com, we’d love to share our southern hospitality with you.
Unless otherwise stated, Biblical quotes come from the NRSV (New Revised Standard Version) translation of the Bible, copyright © 1989, by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U.S.A., and are used by permission. All rights reserved.
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