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The Terminal.

I have just watched the movie, The Terminal, which stars Tom Hanks. It’s my favourite Tom Hanks movie, and it always brings about a tear or two to my eyes. As I was watching it, I flicked through my emails … Continue reading

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The dishonesty of claiming to be an “Avowed Gnu Atheist!” within the conversation of “Intellectual Honesty.”

I have heard the term thrown around a few times now. As far as I can ascertain, a Gnu is a form of African Antelope and GNU is an acronym for a Linux operating system. However… I have to laugh … Continue reading

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Saving Face or Faith?

I believe the time has come for the church and its members to do a lot of deep soul searching into the realm of ‘Face’ or ‘Faith.’ Face portrays to the world that all is well in my world.. Faith … Continue reading

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The sociology of spirituality.

It appears that the majority of sociological investigations into the role spirituality plays within society – the Christian church is left out of the equation and the main thrust is recognising the spiritual benefits of society that are outworked through … Continue reading

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A Moment of Truth….

Yesterday I posted about Martin Luther King. In doing so I was reminded of a book that I had unpacked from storage the day before and one that I had previously only partially skimmed through. I searched it out today … Continue reading

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God is the God of social justice!

As I study the Minor Prophets, I’m increasingly coming to the conclusion that the Social Gospel is an integral area of the churches ministry.  I am also coming to the conclusion that if the church doesn’t actively pursue and particapate … Continue reading

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