Yes, I have another wallpaper image for the iPhone for download. This one is great for your Login page. My description is as follows:
This wallpaper for your iPhone contains three spikes, a crown of thorns, and the name “Yeshua” (Jesus) written in a beautiful script as well as in Hebrew, contrasting the earth-tone, harsh elements in the background.
Be sure to tweet this page or post it to Facebook for others to enjoy. Blessings! And if you like this, you might want to check out my previously posted Torah themed wallpaper for the iPhone.
So… I finally broke down & got an iPhone (3GS) the other day and entered the world of smart phones. But when I did, the wallpaper I had created for my previous phone no longer fit correctly on my new phone. So, I whipped out another version… an iPhone version.
This image is 640×960 px and will look good for both the iPhone 3GS and the iPhone 4. The resolution for the iPhone 3GS is actually half the resolution of the iPhone 4, but at the same proportions. That’s why I went ahead & bumped it up to the iPhone 4 resolution (forward thinking).
If you’re an iPhone user, feel free to download this free Torah-themed wallpaper. I hope you enjoy it!
It appears there has been a “marriage in heaven” between faith and technology. The Apple iPhone has a new “Confession” app, approved by the Roman Catholic church (this would probably akin to a hechsher in Judaism).
It appears that this virtual experience will allow a penitent to completely bypass the clergy. I asked a Catholic friend of mine his thoughts about the app, and this was his response:
Well, I think that anything that encourages Catholics to open themselves to the Grace afforded by Reconciliation is a good thing. I’m really surprised by this though. But since the apps purpose isn’t to provide Reconciliation, but only encourage and guide one through the process… I do think it should be free.
Now, as for the Sacrament of Reconciliation itself, I have 2 thoughts.
I don’t think that absolution comes through Reconciliation, only the Father can truly forgive us.
I do, however, think confession is good for the soul and it helps us as humans to have a counselor to help us acknowledge our faults. The penance that comes after Reconciliation gives us the means to be mindful of the times we have fallen short.
Read more here and here.
Application site is here.