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Where can I find a religion that works for me?

Question by weakestlink11: Where can I find a religion that works for me?
I was raised as a Protestant Christian, but haven been to that church for a service in decades. I’ve even been to Roman Catholic, Jewish, Pentecostal, and non-denominational Protestant services. Right now I’m involved in study with Jehovah’s Witnesses. There are concepts in every one that seem acceptable to be, but also many elements and tenets in each that I just can’t buy into. How does one find a religion that’s right for them?

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Answer by Pope Bean II
Atheism is right for everyone.

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Works of Franz Liszt Played by Ken Cowan on the Quimby Pipe Organ at First Baptist Church, Jackson, Mississippi

Works of Franz Liszt Played by Ken Cowan on the Quimby Pipe Organ at First Baptist Church, Jackson, Mississippi

Liszt’s organ works, demanding as they are of a powerful instrument with a rich orchestral palette, are extraordinarily well-served by the Quimby pipe organ at First Baptist Church in Jackson, Mississippi.

Conceived in the American Symphonic tradition of organ building, the instrument offers a vast range of timbral and dynamic possibilities. It does justice to the depth and breadth of Liszt’s organ music, which is written in orchestral terms and on a grand scale.

Although the organs known to the composer himself were limited in their ability to imitate a brass chorus, for instance, or solo woodwinds, or even an ensemble of orchestral strings, Liszt’s music thrives on drama and color. The Quimby organ in Jackson offers a wealth of reed, flute and string stops designed to emulate the scope of a symphony orchestra. The instrument’s responsive key action also makes it possible to properly articulate Liszt’s fleeting passagework.

Liszt’s music demands careful consideration from the interpreter, as it is often rhapsodic and free-spirited in gesture, and quasi-improvisatory in structure, encouraging a wide range of interpretative freedom.

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Many Parts, One Body: How the Episcopal Church Works

Many Parts, One Body: How the Episcopal Church Works

In order to determine the locus of authority within the Episcopal Church, political scientist James Dator carefully analyzed the three main styles of constitutional government confederal, federal, and unitary and applied them to the Episcopal Church in his 1959 dissertation. Now, working with religious journalist Jan Nunley, who added current legal cases and canonical updates, Dr. Dator s research offers newfound currency and prescient applicability. Topics include a thorough examination of the Episcopal Church s Constitution and Canons, 1782 to present, plus the structure, executive powers, and governing roles of its various parts.

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