Monthly Archives: October 2017

Refletions on Being At A Civil Marriage

Last Saturday I went to a wedding. Normally when I go to a wedding I am either presiding over the marriage, or I am at my own. But this time I gad the privilege of seeing what, I am told, … Continue reading

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Harvey Weinstein and Christian Manhood

The ‘outing’ of Harvey Weinstein in recent days has also brought forth a discussion about what is being called a ‘crisis of masculinity.’   I am wondering what this means. Is there a crisis among men about what it means … Continue reading

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The Advantage Being a Christian: It Has Kept Me Safe, And Given Me Some Useful Skills.

Lately I have heard about people who have had bad experiences with those whom they have met on ‘on line’ dating sites. Others have been the subject of trolling, or other bad behaviour via social media.   I was particularly … Continue reading

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On ‘Transcendence’ and Christianity: A Philosophical Reflection

    I often listen to the Radio National programme ‘The Philosophers’ Zone’.   The other week, they had two programmes on the topic of ‘Transcendence’. The first programme dealt with ‘Transcendence and the Ancients.’ (Mostly meaning Plato).   So … Continue reading

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