Rev. Dan Harper, at his blog Yet Another Unitarian Universalist, has today posted a Universalist responsive reading that he adapted from Rev. Isaac Case Knowlton’s essay “The Angry God,” published in Through the Shadows (1885): 44-45. It is a creative re-use of historic words from our heritage. Whereas the Universalist quotes posted daily on Transient and Permanent are meant to be given in the form that the author presented them, as historical documents (though of course also potentially inspirational and enlightening), in trimming and rearranging sections of the text Rev. Harper offers them in a new liturgical fashion that may be useful to modern-day Unitarian-Universalists.