I've got a mansionjust over the hilltopIn that bright land wherewe'll never grow old....
Woman with tea cup: "R. C., you'd better be careful with little Pelagius. Our last Calvinist guest was taken to the ER."
Ah the old days.When men lead the worship and the ladies made tea.
Just sit right back and you'll hear a tale,A tale of a fateful tripThat started from this camp siteAnd this crazy beatnik.That's all I got...
The Sproul Family Vacations in VermontR.C. Jr. strums his guitar while Vesta hands her husband another cup of coffee. Seated at the table is church secretary, Mona Lisa Hirsch, taking down shorthand notes of the family's spontaneous theological anecdotes, which would be used in a future R.C. Sproul book.The Sprouls' daughter, Sherrie, stayed home, embarrassed by her father's habit of wearing his golf duds in public.
Kudos to Persis for also recognizing R.C. in the picture.
@ EddieWhere can I get a t-shirt like the one that R.C. Jr. is wearing?
R.C. always loved to hear R.C. Jr. sing gospel songs but, if they were Arminian songs he insisted that his son end with "...and free will died with Adam and Eve."
@Craig:The eyebrows gave it away.
While Betty served tea and Bill played on, little Cujo practiced and waited unnoticed by Francis.
Man: You were right, Jane. Adding secular music to our contemplative prayer/pet communion time was genius...What does "I am the walrus, you are the egg man coo coo ka choo mean"?
As the Sproul family reenacts Gilligan's Island, the little puppy wondered if he'd ever be predestined to be rescued to his own island.
I didn't know Sufjan Stevens was a closet Calvinist... Why doesn't he wear that Corky shirt out in public?
@Persis:Funny caption, Mother! I completely overlooked the fact that it was yours until I saw Stranger's comment, haha. :P