Blame It on the Rain

Episode 307 · August 21st, 2021 · 1 hr 26 mins

About this Episode

Milli Vanilli, The Darkest Timeline, Millennial Analogies;
Bishops and their Gomer;
Classical Theism Podcast (this monday with gomer);
Gomer's Intimidation by Luke;
Peak Gomer
Peak Luke
A Redemptive Story from that night
Luke wears Grandpa's pants (and Grandma's blouse)
Forgotten Ruin book series and Gomer's Daughter talking about "suppressive fire"
Patreon Question: How do you get over a very serious relationship breakup
Gomer's Theology: How the ancient catholic church viewed "Church" differently than we tend to do in today's Americanized, Protestantized Christianity, especially in evangelization.

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  • Milli Vanilli - Wikipedia — By May, Pilatus and Morvan were touring Spain, France and Italy, lip-syncing to the pre-recorded tracks and thrilling crowds with their distinct style — spandex shorts, thigh-high boots and cornrow hair extensions.[14] According to Pilatus, "We would ask Frank, 'When are we going to be allowed to give some (artistic) input?', and he would say, 'Yeah, yeah, but right now we need you to go out and do promotion. Of course, you'll get to do it, just work with us.' That's how he strung us along."[9] After "Girl You Know It's True" took off in Germany in summer 1988, Farian produced and wrote most of the material on the album All or Nothing, which was released in Europe in November 1988.
  • Milli Vanilli - Girl You Know It's True - YouTube — Milli Vanilli's official music video for 'Girl You Know It's True'.
  • Mysterion: The Revelatory Power of the Sacramental Worldview: Fr. Harrison Ayre: 9780819850164: Books — Mysterion unveils the underlying vision at the heart of Christianity and invites us to enter into a deeper understanding of the mystery and saving work of Christ. We discover the fulfillment of our deepest desires in the sacramental worldview ― a powerful way of seeing all created things as pointing us toward God. In this book, Fr. Harrison Ayre reveals a forgotten way of seeing and living the Christian life that can help us understand what it means for us to be “in Christ,” to participate in Christ’s life in and through the Church, and to allow his life and grace to work in us. Through the integrated vision that comes from seeing the world sacramentally, we will begin to see how all of life, liturgy, and creation are structured to lead us to an encounter with the God who loves us.
  • Catechism of the Catholic Church - IntraText — 166 Faith is a personal act - the free response of the human person to the initiative of God who reveals himself. But faith is not an isolated act. No one can believe alone, just as no one can live alone.