It is worthwhile reading, as always, the Anglican Curmudgeon's latest posting and the comments that have been made. It might seem tedious, but after the first paragraph, it is like standing in a cool, rainy breeze after a long dry spell. The Curmudgeon's detailed account about a supposed papyrus found in Turkey and the interpretations of said missive by a deranged academic are instructive, not just to conservative churchmen, but to all believers in natural law. The comments are witty, and they are profound. They are better writers than your humble servant, and much easier to read.