The Perfect Cup of Tea: The Rev. Dr. Justyn Terry


Posted in Pastoral Theology, Theology

14 comments on “The Perfect Cup of Tea: The Rev. Dr. Justyn Terry

  1. sophy0075 says:

    Is there a biblical basis for this? 😉

  2. Cennydd13 says:

    No, I don’t think so, but I do love tea made in the proper English (or should I say Welsh?) manner. No tea bags for me, thank you!

  3. Ian+ says:

    Because every well-formed clergyman needs to know how to brew a proper cuppa.

  4. Stefano says:

    Milk!?!?!?!? Yech! This is the first time I’ve thought that Dr Terry has made an essential hermeneutical error…

  5. Grant LeMarquand says:

    But stephano, he is at least a pre-lactarian.

  6. clarin says:

    I tried his method and found my pot strangely warmed.

  7. Archer_of_the_Forest says:

    No. 6- You just made my day.

  8. Eugene says:

    Nice to see two Commentaries on Romans by Karl Barth on his shelves.

  9. karinav says:

    Thank you; this is very helpful! But Lipton instead of PG Tips . . .?

  10. clarin says:

    He gives the PG Tips to his Doctoral students.

  11. NoVA Scout says:

    Hitchens did a very nice piece on the same subject for Slate magazine not long before his death. An interesting juxtaposition: clerical and atheistic agreement on the importance of a well-brewed pot.

  12. karinav says:

    NoVA, a clear example of common grace . . . !

  13. clarin says:

    #11: The locus classicus was George Orwell, c. 1945.

  14. clarin says:

    Here it is – doubleplusgood.