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2023.03.25 01:03 NatureMiserable5714 Branch Theory

I’m an ardent supporter of the branch theory. My view of the various denominations (that have apostolic succession) is that each denomination is its own diocese and has distinct regulations. Honestly, the definition I provided (courtesy Wikipedia) is what I include as part of the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic church. Independent Baptists, most Pentecostals, and various “mega churches” don’t fall under this. What’s your take? Please read the entire article if you want more context
“Charles Daubeny (1745-1827) formulated a branch theory in which the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church included the Anglican, Scandinavian Lutheran, Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Churches;[6] to this the Oriental Orthodox Churches, Moravian Church, Church of the East, and Old Catholic Churches were also added.[1]” (taken from this article
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2023.03.24 22:53 elosoblancobjj How would you respond?

This is in reference to a question I posed during a Protestant hot seat session:
Q: Jesus established a chain through Peter which has continued to this day through the popes - How come we are OK being separated from that line? How do other church justify breaking from this line?
A: The bible passage you’re referring to is found in Matthew 16:13-19:
When Jesus came to the region of Caesarea Philippi, he asked his disciples, “Who do people say the Son of Man is?” They replied, “Some say John the Baptist; others say Elijah; and still others, Jeremiah or one of the prophets.” “But what about you?” he asked. “Who do you say I am?” Simon Peter answered, “You are the Messiah, the Son of the living God.” Jesus replied, “Blessed are you, Simon son of Jonah, for this was not revealed to you by flesh and blood, but by my Father in heaven. And I tell you that you are Peter, and on this rock I will build my church, and the gates of Hades will not overcome it. I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven; whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven.”
As you point out, Roman Catholics interpret this passage as Jesus establishing the papacy starting with Peter. But that’s definitely not the only way to understand the text. Reading the passage we see that Jesus was drawing out the disciples personal faith stance. He started out with a leading question - “who do others say I am?” - followed by a defining question - “who do you say I am?” Jesus had chosen and called these very disciples. And though they knew Jesus was somebody special, their understanding of Jesus as Messiah was a progressive journey. And so here’s a critical turning point where Jesus asks them (not just Peter) - are you like others still in the “Jesus is a special person” category or have you come to a deeper conclusion about me? Note that Jesus didn’t force the issue, he just asked - “who do you say I am?”
Peter was first out of the gate to answer, but that’s not to say that he’s the only one who had a light bulb moment with respect to Jesus. Jesus rejoiced that he/they had finally understood, and then asserted that on the profession of Peter’s faith he would build his church.
One of the very simple ways to understand Jesus’ declaration regarding Peter is that he would build his church through those who, like Peter, recognized Jesus to be more than just a prophet, but to be the Messiah. Peter and the rest of the disciples (less Judas) would be instrumental in the launch of the church. Think of them as some of the original pioneers, but not as popes. In fact this is exactly what we find in scripture. In Ephesians 2:20-19 we read Consequently, you are no longer foreigners and strangers, but fellow citizens with God’s people and also members of his household, built on the foundation of the apostles and prophets,with Christ Jesus himself as the chief cornerstone. Jesus is the cornerstone and all the apostles are equal. If anything, Jesus fulfils the role of pope.
A few more things to note: Jesus did build his church through those who professed him as Messiah. This is what happened on the day of Pentecost when the church was born (cf Acts 2). And yes, Peter was a key spokesperson that day, but not the only one to be indwelt by the Spirit, and to speak in foreign languages. Later when God used persecution to scatter the church (cf Acts 8ff), it is everyday believers that the Spirit used to build the church. They preached the gospel in the very locations that they sought refuge. This is how the gospel and the church started going global. Jesus never said “Peter you will be the first pope.” In fact there is no mention of any pope or papal office in scripture. This is significant because it tells us that those present that day didn’t understand Jesus to be anointing Peter as pope or to instituting the papacy. That only happened years later, arguably some 400 years later when Christianity became the dominant religion of Rome. Catholics will obviously disagree with this point as they trace the papacy back to Peter. But historically speaking, the early church wasn’t structured by anything resembling the papacy of today. Elders were established in local churches (cf Acts 14:23, Titus 1:5). And not by succession or birth right but by virtue of their faith in Jesus and character. If there was ever meant to be a pope it should have been the apostle Paul. He was called by Jesus, established as an apostle to the Gentiles (think church planter extraordinaire), and wrote 12 books of the New Testament to Peter’s 2. He travelled further abroad than Peter, planted more churches, and wrote more to build churches up in our most holy faith. Note that Paul also confronted Peter (cf Galatians 2:11ff). After his resurrection and prior to his ascension Jesus commissioned his followers to go make disciples and to grow his kingdom (aka build his church). We find these commissions in both Matthew 28:18-20 and Acts 1:7-8. Jesus always commissioned his followers as a whole. No special mention is made of Peter. That’s not to say that Peter was unimportant. It just points to the fact that Peter wasn’t a pope to which Jesus passed on his baton. This is consistent with the ways of Jesus, and teaching of the New Testament. The whole notion of a papal hierarchy with succession is actually very un-Jesus and un-New Testament like.
All this to say that Peter was instrumental in God’s plan to build his church. But not as pope, nor was he alone. What we see in the New Testament is the Spirit of God using people who like Peter confessed Jesus as the promised Messiah to build his church. So really, we “haven’t separated ourselves from that line,” we simply don’t see Jesus ever having established the papacy. Hope this helps, lots more could be said but I’m trying to keep things short (ish).
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2023.03.24 20:58 strussie [Live Setlist Thread] Friday, 03/24/23 - 8:30pm ET - The Met, Philadelphia, PA

[Live Setlist Thread] Friday, 03/24/23 - 8:30pm ET - The Met, Philadelphia, PA
The Met, Philadelphia, PA - Night 1 of 2

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2023.03.24 19:23 InquisitveAlot I've heard many say that a Reformation didn't happen in Eastern Europe within Orthodox Christianity, but it sure did...

In the 1800s, the then Russian Empire experienced a Reformation of its own. Caused by a mix of Anabaptist migrants, anti-Imperial sentiment, and increased biblical literacy, unique Christian movements with Protestant-like ideas & new leanings arose in the Orthodox east.
The movement as a whole is often called "Spiritual Christianity", but some of the specific groups were the Shtundists, Khlysts and Molokans. One such group, the Doukhobors, generally emigrated to Canada and tens of thousands are there to this day.
Many from this Eastern Reformation joined the protestant churches in Russia & Ukraine or moved west into Germany.
As with the well known Reformation in the west, there was a broad diversity in the degree of breaking from the Orthodox Church. Some were seen as anarchists and ceased all sexual activity, while others were just against icons. Groups like the Shtundists were very similar to General Baptists in their ideology, though with some differences, and others paralleled the Amish or Mennonites. Fringe groups would resort to self mutilation.
There is a belief by some that this Eastern Reformation helped sow the seeds for the 1905 Revolution in Russia, or at least it helped put more of the peasants into the anti-Imperial mindset (seeming that the Russian Orthodox Church was seen as hand-in-hand with the Russian Government).
It is a point in Christian History which should get more attention than it does in my opinion.
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2023.03.24 18:16 mdbradsh Holy Spirit or Over Exuberance?

My wife and I converted from Baptist to Catholicism in 2020. I've been trying to bring others to the Faith, one of my wife's good friends in particular. I feel I failed though as she recently has started attending a small protestant church with her brother, and says when she attends she feels the Holy Spirit come over her. Having been a Baptist and attended plenty of "revival" style church meetings, I wonder if her feeling is more from the possible exuberant preaching style of the minister and/or the possible "fits and speaking in tongues" of the other congregation members? She asked me if I ever feel the Holy Spirit which I had to think about as I've never been driven to shout, throw myself down in the aisle, or writhe on the floor speaking in tongues. I could only think at the time to tell her that I feel mostly "inspired' while attending Mass. Meaning to be more holy, be a better more loving and forgiving person and Christian, to imitate Christ. So I think the Holy Spirit inspires me to be better and do better. But I have been moved to tears, at my wife and I's Baptism, and at times praying the Rosary and such. But I feel I didn't answer that question to her adequately? Hopefully I will get another chance and explain better. Anything you can offer to help me make an attractive appeal to her and others would be appreciated.
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2023.03.24 08:37 Prestigious-Phone-48 How to find yourself after being lost in the Christian evangelical sauce for your entire adolescence?

Im 21 and was raised in Baptist church until I left at 18. Even though it’s been three years I feel like I’m at a loss for trying to figure out who I am outside of that. I aggressively desexualized myself growing up as a response to Christian purity culture and now I feel like it will be a long time before I can feel like I’m fully human, if that makes sense (I’m also scared that I’m fundamentally incapable of human nuance and emotion and think that there are parts of me with evil tendencies that will inevitably grow worse over time). Im also not conventionally attractive, so I feel like any attempts to try to discover my sexuality will be met with mocking from other people or me looking like an absolute fool. Im so behind on everything and look like shit most of the time. Does anyone have any advice on how to find yourself while feeling this way?
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2023.03.24 07:31 anonymahm I've got good reason to feel some holdover anxiety, but it's interfering with finding peace. How do I make my brain stop and smell the roses? [Longer than intended, but TLDR included]

(No one has permission to use this in a click-bait blog article of bullshit sensationalism, for the record)
This is going to sound like a crazy problem to have, but I need some bromo wisdom to help me wrap my head around this new .. phase? chapter? of my life. I am NOT complaining. I just need to figure out how to let myself accept and ... I guess enjoy (?) having the chance to slow down and ease out of a lifetime of survival mode. This got long, so feel free to skip to the juicier parts.
In short? I feel crushing guilt when I don't justify my day's activities/projects etc to my husband, because he's actually working and I'm "just" a SAHM (MY words, not his, I swear). Yes. I hear the misogyny in my language and it makes me feel crazy. He is not tasking me with anything - this is 100% coming from me. He fully supports me not reporting my daily activites to him for approval, wants me to try being "lazy" while he's at work (I would probably stop breathing in panic), and says I put way too much pressure on myself to be a "good enough". He tells me that he sees enormous value in everything I do for our family, and I believe him? Kind of? I guess I trust him more than I believe him, but my own baggage and anxiety gets in the way of actually changing my mindset.
Here's why:
TL;DR: Most of my life I've been in one-sided power dynamics where I had to "earn my keep". My previous two long term relationships minimized any contributions I made to our family, and I had to account for every minute of every day since I "did nothing", even when I was working. They were both abusive and did a lot to cement the "be useful or be discarded" ideology I'd experienced in my teen years. Now I'm in a GREAT marriage with an amazing supportive and healthy partner, and he's encouraging me to make time for me and stop pressuring myself so much to overachieve. I have major anxiety about this, and it isn't healthy, but I can't figure out how to think about it differently to NOT feel guilty.
- My parents died before I was a teen so I grew up alone in foster care (multiple single family and group homes, at least 11 foster parents if I'm remembering all of them), and the mindset was 100% "if you can lean you can clean" and "never make waves". They were convinced we were monsters in the making, even though my only "crime" was not having extended family. No one cared. THEY had earned their place in life, and we were lucky to even gaze upon them. We were paid pennies for HARD farm labor after school and on weekends/breaks from age 12+, and we had to use our own money on clothes, cleaning, personal care supplies etc. 3x I came home to CWs literally waiting in the driveway to move again. No goodbyes, no explanation, no therapy, nothing. Just my 2 trash bags of stuff in the back and off I go to convince the next "family" to let me pretend to be part of their world until I became an inconvenience. The day I graduated high school I had to pack and leave, because the state wouldn't pay a dime after that so why would anyone keep me?
It was rough, and I learned fast to make myself useful so people might attribute SOME value to having me around. People pleasing was an understatement.
I immediately married a guy with an IQ of a wet doorknob, who cannonballed into the Y2K PreppeFundamentalist deep end (kinda TradLife before TradLife was a thing) and waving around his Man Of The House patriarchy in between seasonal construction jobs that couldn't keep food on the table. We barely existed on the cusp of abject poverty and homelessness, which was encouraged as being challenged by God via our fundamentalist Baptist church, hellbent on the self-loathing puritanical mindset of "noble suffering". It was a very dysfunctional marriage that didn't last long after he turned his explosive rage onto one of our kids instead of me.
Got out of that, stumbled onto an amazing therapist, did some great work (but not nearly enough) and hopped into another bad relationship, this time with a guy I'd been in foster care with years before. Take a guess how well that went. After the love-bombing , he was an emotionally torturous spend-a-holic with a hair trigger temper who spoiled himself with the latest/greatest while guilting me for needing more than one pair shoes or inching towards any shred of dignity or self respect. Bills were paid from what I hid from him after my "grocery allowance", even though he made 70k/year. I left him when I learned he'd been grooming and hurting our kids, and he is now in prison.
Spent a long time as a single mom, LOADS of trauma therapy for myself and kids, and let myself fall in love with being single, empowered, badass etc. Eventually learned that it was okay to end a relationship that didn't work for me, even without it being abusive (!groundbreaking), and had some healthy dating experiences that ended positively. It was a breath of fresh air, and FINALLY I had the confidence to actually find a partner who matched me vs competed with me.
Met and married the most amazing guy. He's a widow, his story is in my post history if it's relevant, and without a doubt he is my person. We're a military family stationed overseas and we have a big family of his/mine/ours. Several are grown and flown and our youngest (tweens and up) are still with us. When I'm not working I do a ton of volunteering and (somewhat neurotic )projects while keeping him informed constantly of what I'm doing, which ... he doesn't ask of me at all.
But I can't stomach NOT trying to report what all I do, much less let him pitch in, because it feels like I didn't do "my job" good enough if I don't detail it and make sure he's okay with it (Hint, he always is and he feels weird that I do this). And if he has to pick up my slack I feel like I've failed and I fall apart. At the same time though I resent him making time to work out, read, enjoy hobbies, because I won't let myself carve out time to do the same (which, if I let him do his part, I'd have more time for myself..I do see that it's just not that easy emotionally?). Everyone complains that their husbands won't "help" but I have panic attacks when I "catch" him sneakily cleaning our room or doing laundry... not because he's "doing it wrong" (he was an adult long before I showed up, he's fine lol) but because it feels like I've let him down and I'm failing to contribute to the household. Yes, I'm on anxiety meds :)
See the pattern?
Adding on:
Overseas employment is HARD to land, so I haven't been able to earn a paycheck since we left the states several years ago. We are comfortable, so me working is a personal choice not a need, if that makes sense. We have excellent insurance and the kids' college is paid for thanks to his vet status, so that isn't anything to worry about anymore either. This is something I've REALLY struggled with, even though financially we are FINE. I've used my volunteer experience to build a pretty impressive resume and apply for every job I could even possibly qualify for. I never get selected, and I end up crushed. This happens every few months and it is emotionally EXHAUSTING on me, him, everything.
My husband has gently and lovingly suggested that mayyyybe I could consider pursuing some self-care for a change, instead of constantly taking care of everyone else in and out of our home. He's suggested that mayyyybe I don't HAVE to overachieve in every facet of my life, and mayyyyybe I could let myself enjoy things that I haven't had space for in a long time. It bothers him that I feel guilty about not contributing, and he's always saying how much he appreciates what I do because it's such a balance to what he is able to do, and we make a good team.
And he's right... I haven't stopped to read a book, learn something for fun, nothing, in... years? Ever? Or at least since before I had kids. I garden but only for food production/storage/canning, never flowers or anything that isn't useful. I won't even turn the TV on when I'm home alone because that feels ...frivolous I guess? Like I'm wasting time and resources? He wants me to give myself some time to just BE, for a few months, maybe even a year, and then see how I feel. He sees my need to compulsively "earn my keep" as exacerbating my anxiety, and has very lovingly suggested I practice accepting that this (us) is a permanent thing and he's never going to change his mind or turn into a monster. Yet I flat out start spiraling at the idea of him "catching" me doing nothing, and this is based on NOTHING this man has done EVER in the history of our decade-long relationship.
If I'm frank, I've spent my entire life compulsively finding ways to be useful/necessary (even when I'm not getting paid my hours are well over 40/week), and when I'm home I feel like I have to be productive/useful or I'm taking advantage of having a home and it won't last.
If you got this far, how do I take him up on this (obviously sane and rational) suggestion that I take a breather and self care for longer than a hot minute? Even thinking about it, my jaw clenches and my brain starts telling me to clean the closets and go check the laundry and (and, and and, there's always another and). I need to think about this differently somehow, so I can give this whole "settle down and relax" thing a try.
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2023.03.24 05:26 sombm Attack on St John the Baptist Church of Ireland, Upper Falls

I'm doing some research and discovered that St John the Baptist Church, Upper Falls (straddling the B102 and Suffolk Road) in West Belfast was damaged by a 1982 mortar attack. However, I can't seem to find anything more than that anywhere. Does someone have any more details about this? Was the Church targeted? If so, why?
Thanks so much!
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2023.03.24 04:07 Daprodigy6 Mane what the hell is this?😂😂😂

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2023.03.24 03:51 Slowdown-2000 Why does the church berates repenting gay men.

Hi please forgive my bad grammar for my words are everywhere. I 36 male have always believed in God. I’ve always knew I was gay since I was 6 years old and growing up society has taught us that being gay is a sin that we’re deserving of death and hell fire. I was even outed by my own sister who saw my browsing history on the family computer because i didn’t understand about incognito. I didn’t know about computers in my teenage years I was just constantly playing PlayStation but my family just brushed it off. Everyday I hear of the gospel it was torment for me yet felt relief that god still loves me. Lots of things happened in my teens but it’s too long to say it here.
Moving on to 24 years old I was constantly hearing about the gospel like more than usual. I keep hearing about the Westboro Baptist Church picketing funerals of gay men which brought me to the lowest afraid and angry. I wanted to stand up for the LGBTQ communities because i was constantly hearing about how religious parents disowns their kids for being gay and how teenagers were being tormented to suicide. I suffered depression anxiety during my youth I wanted to commit suicide because of these constant bashing towards people like me so I got on my knees prayed with a heavy heart. I felt a calling from God so I joined a church where my sisters got baptized. I got baptized, fasted and finally I was able to speak in tongues. I prayed the gay away but it turns out it’ll never go away I read the word every morning and nights.
To give it more context I just can’t forget my identity and how I was able to live this long. My identity taught me about how to live life. The church today thinks that repentance means to change your identity yet the church holds so much terrible secrets they fight hard to prevent everyone else from knowing. It’s impossible to just turn straight I mean I’ll always be gay but fighting against these urges drains me out emotionally and physically down to having an anxiety attack to some point I ended up in the hospital. There were times I was so so frustrated that it gave me multiple anxieties in several times in a week. It’s a constant battle and emotional trauma to fight against myself to like wemen.
I pray to God that I don’t encounter these bigoted homophobic people from Westboro Baptist Church or any church wishing harm against the LGBTQ community. I know we’re all going to die one day and when I meet God I am going to say I am sorry. If he decides to cast me to hell so be it. I am thankful for allowing me to live for as long as I could.
I am truly sorry even though my English is my first language I am still struggling to put proper sentences together.
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2023.03.24 03:47 translaterbro Moderate Christianity

Hey all-
I'm a 31 year old human who happens to be trans. I grew up in a very fundamental independent Baptist church ever since I was 3 years old. Beforehand I was a catholic. My dad was a catholic, and my mom was methodist growing up.
I wouldn't necessarily consider my views as progressive, but I am definitely not super evangelical/conservative. I clearly believe that it is OK to be lgbtq and Christian, and I believe abortions up to 20 weeks should be legal for all.
Theologically, I do not believe that the Bible as we currently know it is infallible, as translations have caused significant errors in the Bible as we know it. The stories aren't literal stories but mere recollections of stories passed down for hundreds of years until they were transcribed into what we know as the Bible. As the scrolls were written in Hebrew and Greek, and the original translators understanding of Greek and Hebrew are not what they are today, I believe that the current Bible is not fully accurate. I do believe that the stories of the Bible are based on true events, but due to the translation issues, I am unable to believe that it is infallible.
I do not, however subscribe to the notion that others from other religions like Buddhism, Hinduism, Muslims, confuscious, Pagans will inherit the kingdom of God. The bible is very clear in this statement, across numerous verses in both the old and new testaments.
Currently I go to a methodist church, ironically the one where my old scout troop as a kid was. I don't view them as being of the progressive Christianity sect, but they definitely are not of the evangelical or global methodist viewpoints. They are very accepting of LGBTQ peeps.
Historically, I've been kicked out of several baptist churches for being on the lgbtq spectrum. The pastors didn't take too kindly of me confiding in them about being gay, and suggested several ex gay ministries to try, along with their version of conversion therapy. I do live in a very conservative part of the USA, where there are predominantly southern or independent Baptist churches. 3 local methodist churches have voted to disaffilliate, and others are considering it.
If you put me in a baptist church, I am definitely a liberal. If you put me in a progressive church, I am a conservative. So that means that I am a moderate.
My question is: How do you reconcile your beliefs in your current church? Do you view yourself as a moderate or a progressive Christian? How have your previous pastors or clergy reacted towards lgbtq people?
For the independent/fundamental baptists who have become accepting of LGBTQ - what changed your beliefs/opinions? How did you deal with it in that church environment?
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2023.03.24 01:10 _Gl0rph_ PCA? PCUSA? Someone help me understand!

I've moved around a lot and have been part of churches of many different denominations, from Baptist, Lutheran, Methodist, and even Pentecostal. I've considered myself nondenominational for quite some time, happy to mingle and worship with all Christians, but at this point in life I'm calling a PCA affiliated church my home- though I had no idea that Presbyterians were split into two different sub-denominations!
Is there a breakdown anywhere of the differences in beliefs / values between the two? Or a crash course in the history of this split? I'm terribly curious.
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2023.03.23 20:31 hoosyourdaddyo This place has been “coming soon” for years

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2023.03.23 20:04 johnthewolfyt Can someone make Johnston County into a map for PZ?

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2023.03.23 19:44 kibbliebear [Live Setlist Thread] Thursday, 3/23/23 - 8:00pm ET - Roadrunner - Boston, MA

Poster: AJ Masthay
Official Stream: Free for Nugs Subscribers @
Unofficial Stream: Mixlr:
Tickets: Cash or Trade
Scheduled Start Time: 8:00pm ET (Likely start 8:30-8:45)
Set 1 (8:21PM - 9:25PM )
Flopener (11)
Turbulence and The Night Rays (9)
Elizabeth (12)
Travelers (10)
I'm writing a Novel * (7)
Earthing? or Alien? (25)
Set 2 (10:11PM - 11:34PM )
Creatures (18)
Hungersite (19)
Red Bird > Please Forgive Me^ ( 25)
Bob Don (6)
Pancakes ! (15)
Encore (11:36PM - 11:48PM)
Slow Ready (12)
Show Notes:
*Father John Misty
^ David Gray
! Dirty Arrangement
[ ] Backstage bananas
[ ] Rocking
[ ] Arpeggiating
[ ] Floating
[ 🕺] Hip swangin'
[ ] "Are you freaking kidding me right now?"
[ ] Straight Bird'n
[ ] Channeling evil Goose
[ ] Flipping switches
[ ] Razzle dazzle shoulders
[ ] Entering inter-dimensional travel
[ ] Loving you guys
[ ] Summoning deep space aliens with a mating call
[ ] Crowd Participating
[ ] Wondering whose first Goose show it is
The band dedicated the tour to Chuck Morris (drummer of the jam band Lotus), and his son. Both tragically went missing during a kayak trip in Arkansas last weekend. Both are presumed to be perished as of this show.
You can donate to the family of Chuck Morris here:
Venue Info: Roadrunner
Weather: Mostly Cloudy, 54°F
Check-In: Albany, NY Alberta, Canada ATL ATL burbz w/ jacked tits Asheville, NC Ascutney Vt. Augusta, GA Austin, TX x3 Boone, NC Boonton, NJ Boston, MA x 2 Boulder, CO Buffalo, NY Center Rail w/ Jacked tits Class then omw to Roadrunner x2 Cleveland, OH Chicago under some blankies Colorado Springs, CO Covington, KY x2 Dayton, OH Denver, CO x2 Edwardsville, IL Finger Lakes Fort Myers, FL x2 Fort Wayne, IN GBH Parking Garage, Level 2 Glastonbury, CT Hackensack, NJ Hartford, CT Headed to the city! x2 Houston, TX Hudson Valley, NY Indianapolis, IN Lancaster, PA Landing, NJ KCMO Lodi, NJ Madison, WI Midlothian, Virginia Milwaukee, WI Montgomery, IL Morristown, NJ Nashville, TN North Plainfield, NJ NYC New York Oklahoma sticks Oshkosh B'Gosh Parts Unknown Pittsburgh, PA x2 Pittsfield, MA Portland Portchester, NY Raleigh, NC The Roadrunner Rochester, NY x3 Rocklin, CARichmond, VA San Antonio, TX x2 Seattle, WA Seneca, SC Springfield, MA SSI, GA Syracuse x2 Syracuse, NY Syragoooose Terlingua, TX Trenton, NJ Williamsburg, VA White Mountains, NH
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