Monthly Archives: May 2015

Why I ‘believe in’, but don’t believe in Zombies, Vampires, Angels, Daemon possession, and the Devil

This week at the bible study, we happened across a discussion of vampires. We were talking about being ‘driven by the Spirit.’ This means that our lives are determined by our relationship with God, first and foremost. So from there … Continue reading

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What Our 140th Anniversary Celebrations Taught Me About Being Church

Well the major event of the 140th celebrations has come and gone. We had a great time. Here are some of my reflections on the weekend,prompted in part by the bishop’s and your comments. First up, I remember Jeane saying … Continue reading

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A Better Response to the Building of a Mosque than to Oppose It

Here is an interesting story that I picked up from an Australian newspaper. “ Residents Bendigo of [a city in Victoria, Australia] who oppose a plan to build the town’s first mosque say that the building will attract more Muslims … Continue reading

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