Noah is talking a lot about hymnals lately. First, a hymn of the beast, and then liturgical shoe promotion on Super Bowl Sunday no less.
But I want to stick with the "hymns of the beast" concept for a moment: those hymns numbered as 666.
Is there a method to the madness? Which denominations have them, and in which of there hymnals?
Let's start collecting information here, and hopefully I can make this into a worthwhile study. So look in your hymnals and send me some 666 info (or leave it as a comment).
|Chalice Hymnal (Disciples of Christ, 1995)||The Voice of God is Calling||?||?|
|Hymnal 1982 (Episcopal Church, 1985)||Out of the Depths||Henry Williams Baker, 1868?||St. Bride?|
|United Methodist Hymnal, The (UMC, 1989)||Shalom To You||Elise S. Eslinger, 1980||Somos del Senor|
|With One Voice (ELCA consecutively numbered supplement)||Great God Your Love Has Called Us Here||Brian Wren||?|
Special thanks to Chris Schroeder.
So, if Moses and Elijah were holding Converse high, do you think the Paraclete would have overheard?
I mean how high were they, really? Sort of makes you wonder about the cloud.
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