Welcome to my blog!
This is a blog about liberal Protestant Christianity in Canada in the third millennium.
You’ve probably never heard of a branch of Christianity called “Concinnate Christianity.” It’s a term I used for a few years on a Progressive Christian message board, but, to the best of my knowledge, no one else uses this name.
My Random House dictionary defines “concinnate” in this way: Trans. verb – “to arrange or blend together skilfully, as parts or elements; put together in a harmonious, precisely appropriate, or elegant manner.”
There’s also a noun (“concinnity”) and an adjective (“concinnous”), but I didn’t really like the sound of “Concinnous Christianity,” so in the time-honoured tradition of the English language, I’m using the verb as a new form of the adjective.
I can’t promise I’ll always be elegant in my posts, but I’m going to try hard to be clear, precise, and balanced. If I fall short of that goal, you can let me know.
Thanks for reading. Best to you all.