Skip to comments.Catholic Word of the Day: SABELLIANISM, 11-06-13
Posted on 11/06/2013 9:57:08 AM PST by Salvation
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A third-century heresy called after Sabellius, a theologian of the Monarchian school. His followers advocated belief in one Divine God, the Father who became Man in Jesus Christ and died to redeem the world. Later they modified this single belief to profess that, though only one Person, God had three modes or aspects of manifesting himself as Creator, Redeemer, and Sanctifier. This heresy, known in the East as Sabellianism, in the West was called Patripassianism. It was condemned by Pope St. Callistus I but remained in Christian history under a variety of other forms.
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After I'm done baking bread ... I'll probably go and look at it to see what it is.
Might be some gems to glean.
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Yum freshly baked bread always smells so good!
2 cups water
2 very ripe bananas
1 stick butter (I never use oleo)
1 cup of powder milk
1/2 tsp salt
2 heaping tblsp cinnamon
1 cup raisins
1 cup dried cranberries
1 cup whole almonds
1 cup whole pecans
mix it all up and nuke it till it melts the butter enough to constitute and raise the temp for the yeast (not too hot of course)
This is also when I preheat my oven to 350
1/3 cup auto bread maker yeast
I put 6 cups of flour in to start and get it to where I can turn it out on a board
This is when I brush butter and flour 6 of those 3 1/2 X 7" aluminum bread pans.
(Buttering and flouring makes the bread drop right out and those pans last forever with care)
gradually add flour until I have that not too sticky/not too dry consistency.
I form a pie about 12" across and 2 or so inches thick and slice in half, and each half into thirds ... easiest way I've found to make six equal pieces.
I knead these just enough to form a tube I can lay in the pan and form to the sides.
Brush tops with butter and sprinkle sugar/cinnamon mix
Shut off oven, put in for about 2 hrs to rise
Bake at 350 1hr, 15 min (at my elevation)... (sometimes an hour and 30)
There's only ONE way to eat this bread ... sliced medium, toasted and buttered with coffee.
You'll roll over and go back to sleep as satisfied as if you had just ...
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