Monthly Archives: May 2014

More on Martin Luther, Individualism, Forgiveness and Christian Growth

While I really like the idea in Martin Luther about our ‘selves’ being called into being by the engagement w have with our environment (be it with God in Chris or other realities) I have been exercised in my brains … Continue reading

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How Modern Martin Luther Feels. Some Reflections on Being Called into Existence by God’s Gaze, and Gestalt Psychology

In our Tuesday group, we are still working our way through the book on Luther by Gerhardt Ebling.I am finding some very interesting aspects to the thought of Luther (as interpreted by Ebling) that I thought I would like to … Continue reading

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It’s OK ‘not to believe’. It’s not OK to want to make the Christian Faith into your own image to match your unbelief.

This is by way of a rant. Among the non or mildly religious there is one thing that really makes me angry and that is intellectual bad faith. Here is what I mean. Christopher Hitchins, who died of cancer a … Continue reading

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If there weren’t the ministry of Deacon in the Church, we’d have to invent it to stay Church!

Today, as every day, I refilled the humidifiers for the organ so that the leather does not dry out and make the organ more difficult to play because the notes get ‘stuck’ with dry leather flaps. After having bought some … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts About Two New Saints

Last Sunday, before going into the Church, I was watching the preparations for the ceremony of canonisation of Popes John 23rd and John-Paul 2nd. As I went into Church I asked the intercessor to remember these two people in our … Continue reading

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