Our Daily Sykes #351 – Rocks of Theology

A slide without horizon is rare for Horace Sykes.  Still the little corner – upper-left – of one is enjoyed.  The red bush on the right is Horace’s primary subject, and he has carefully not put it directly in the center of the frame.  This also a recording of what we have called the “Rocks of Theology” although they do not convert or inspire me.   Painted in black letters with white borders are, left and right, two Christian prosaisms, “Christ Died for the Ungodly” and “To Heaven Or Hell Which.”  Another less careful slogan appears top center although it is cut-off and all that I can make out is “sin.”  And it surely is.  [Click TWICE to Enlarge, for the sermons especially.]

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