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Good Friday?

It’s that time of year again Rebirth of nature. Spring. Easter. Renewal of life. Resurrection. But, in order for new life to begin, an old life must die. That’s nature’s way. Somewhere along the way, the agony of crucifixion was … Continue reading

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Beings of Light: Angels or Demons?

Who Are They, Really? As you may have noticed, if you have read many of my posts here, that I have a certain discomfort with dualistic thinking. Why do things have to be categorized as one thing or the other? … Continue reading

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The Seven Angels of Revelation

Sometimes, we cannot see the Truth, even when it’s staring us in the face. Sometimes, we have to look at things as if in a mirror (“through a glass, darkly” 1 Corinthians 13:12). So, in a blinding moment of recognition, … Continue reading

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Context: a little gallows humour

Spiritual Direction? There is an urban myth which we had recounted to us by the leader of our Faith and Science group yesterday. Here is a written version from 1993: Many have heard the story of the man whose devotional … Continue reading

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MLK Jr: Man on a Timely Mission

Martin Luther King Jr We have seen so many photos of him over the years in black and white that we forget he was a man of colour, too. And that wasn’t a racial slur. Because not everything is black … Continue reading

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Humanism: Another Way?

  Evolution versus Creation Dan Brown, in his latest novel, Origin, has done it again. He has taken the questions we all ask ourselves (“Where did we came from?” “Where are we going?”) and spun another tale of suspense and … Continue reading

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Adventures in Youth: 5

  Snow Wonders Growing up in Windermere meant that I lived in the heart of Winter Wonderland. It snowed, and snowed. To the adults living there, this meant a constant battle against nature. To us children, FUN! I have several … Continue reading

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