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Even Pagans are Losing Their Religion

Even Pagans are Losing Their Religion

This year there were the usual suspects attacking me online, often anonymously, from the Bible-alone crowd, that Good Friday isn’t in the Bible, that I am living in darkness, that I am ignorant, that I was following “man-made” (sic) rules, and that Easter is a pagan celebration. Anita Lea (who has 95K followers on twitter… Continue Reading

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Liturgy Is A Four Letter Word

Liturgy Is A Four Letter Word

Liturgy has a bad name. Liturgy is a bit like “Pharisee”. It doesn’t have a great image (we easily forget that both Jesus’ and St Paul’s basic beliefs were those of the Pharisees). I belong to a Christian blogging network where the intention is that people support each other in their blogging. Admittedly, most members… Continue Reading

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To Blog or Not To Blog?

To Blog or Not To Blog?

Have you thought about blogging? I am a strong advocate for mission and ministry in the digital world. And I’m generally ranked in the top half dozen or so most-visited blogs in NZ – no that’s not the top spiritual/religious sites; that’s of ALL sites. Just putting a static website online, Web-1.0-like, with no possibility… Continue Reading

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Camino Blogs

Camino Blogs

There’s plenty of description of and reflection on the Camino, online and offline. Tim Anderson is one of the first people I spoke to about my hopes to walk the Camino. His blog, on his walking of the Camino Del Norte, was one of my first, more-careful exploration of what this might mean for me.… Continue Reading

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Restarting Blogging

Restarting Blogging

It has been a very fruitful break from blogging. And I return to blogging with energy for mission and ministry on the web for quality liturgy and worship for healthy spirituality Please share with your friends and internet social circles that this site will be getting new material once again. Some of the focuses on… Continue Reading

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Slowing and Pausing Blogging

Slowing and Pausing Blogging

Because I want to give fuller attention to some other projects (including taking care not to end up regularly writing more about prayer than actually praying!), I will have a blogging break at least over the Lent and Easter Seasons. On this site, there are about two thousand blog posts, and an average of about… Continue Reading

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Habemus Blogem

Habemus Blogem

I regularly rant and rave about the church and its leadership not moving into the new world of the third millennium – web 2.0. So it is only fitting that I celebrate another of our bishops picking up the discipline of blogging. Bishop Jim White, Assistant Bishop of Auckland, is a friend of mine; I… Continue Reading

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