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About Anglicanism

About Anglicanism

I recently spotted a letter to the editor (above) in our local newspaper, The Press. What struck me was that pretty much every suggestion for improvement of the Anglican Church is already a reality. The letter suggested that scriptures be read with an eye on the ancient context in which they were written – tick… Continue Reading

Holy Moly

Holy Moly

I recently watched the above video at a service. It is, as you can see, from Holy Moly – I hope it whets your appetite to look out for more of them. Here are a few more: More information at SparkHouse If you appreciated this post, do remember to like the liturgy facebook page, use… Continue Reading

Evolution and Christians

Evolution and Christians

I often end up in conversations about evolution and Christianity. One person, recently, typified an intelligent response. “Yes,” this person said, “with difficulty – it is possible to reconcile the Biblical creation account with evolution.” The starting assumption is – there is a conflict. Those who are Christians and accept evolution either do not promote… Continue Reading

Easter is FIFTY Days

Easter is FIFTY Days

Easter is not a day; Easter is not a week; Easter is 50 Days – 8 Sundays… concluded on the Day of Pentecost. 50 is 7×7+1 8 is the day outside time (beyond the sequence of 7); 8 is the number of those on the ark;… Facebook limits the number of days that an event… Continue Reading

Cashless Giving

Cashless Giving

Previously, I’ve written about a Salvation Army officer using portable PayWave. St Paul’s Anglican Cathedral in Melbourne has several PayWave stands (see picture above) with which anyone can give a $5 donation as they go past – simply hold your card to the box. The Christchurch Anglican Transitional Cathedral has a similar (if slightly more… Continue Reading

God’s Will and GPS Navigation

God’s Will and GPS Navigation

I recently needed to rent a car. It had a wonderful GPS navigation system. There would be a very-far-away, ultimate destination – and it would plot a route. I could specify shortest, fastest, avoid tolls, avoid motorways, etc. Sometimes, I wouldn’t follow the system’s instructions. Sometimes, there were significant new changes and there was a… Continue Reading




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