Monthly Archives: November 2015

Jonathon Sachs,Pathalogical dualism, and Me

In the range of responses to the attacks in Paris on November 17th some have concentrated on the political situation. Some have concentrated on what our response should be. This week, I found an interesting response from David Brooks of … Continue reading

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On Being Skillful and Having Knowledge of the ‘Hidden Inner Workings’ of Things

Last Sunday, a member of the congregation came after nearly everyone had left and said “My car won’t start!”  So I went out to have a look. Having dealt with two stroke engines for a long time, I am used … Continue reading

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An act of devotion and the danger that anything can become vain repetition.

Here is a story from my past whose power is with me still, but which has shown some development. Just after I came to faith as an adult, I stopped work and began to do ‘what I’ve always wanted to … Continue reading

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How Do I Keep Going, Knowing that I am Not a Hero?

When we were kids, we were raised on stories of the heroes from the Bible and the stories of the Knights of King Arthur. We used to sing a song in Sunday school “Dare to be a Daniel, dare to … Continue reading

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