Monthly Archives: March 2014

More on differentiation, Integration, Luther and Catholicity

Last Wednesday we continued our conversation about Christian Faith. We were talking some more about times of ‘differentiation’ and times of ‘integration’ following Kegan’s model of Psycho-Social Development. The stories that came to mind were of people who had started … Continue reading

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Thinking about conversations in the Faith and Robert Kegan

Each month, after Church at Villars, we go to the hotel, drink some wine, and discuss matters concerning ‘life the universe and everything’. Each Wednesday, too, I am having some very interesting discussions with two people who have questions about … Continue reading

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What does ‘looking away’ During ‘The Peace’ tell Me?

In the very early days of the Church, becoming a member was a long and drawn out process. There was a lot of examination in public of one’s life (‘Are you giving to the poor?’ ‘Are you loving your neighbour?’, … Continue reading

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The Hymn ‘Dear Lord and Father of Mankind’ a Reflection

The hymn ‘dear Lord and Father of Mankind’ (Common Praise Number 411) is a favourite of many people. I heard that it came in second on the ‘Songs of Praise’ all time favourite hymn list. It is the kind of … Continue reading

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