Tag Archives: Forgiveness

On Being A Public Christian

In the last issue of ‘The Melbourne Anglican’ Dr. Craig Dalton outlined is reasons for not wearing his clerical collar in public. His main reasoning is that ‘mission is much easier when I’m encountered first as a human being rather … Continue reading

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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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Graham Greene’s ‘The Heart of the Matter’: Reflections on Christian Life

Reflection 16-12-12Having a lot of Graham Greene books around in the Church’s bookstall, and knowing that he has been called a ‘Catholic’ author has prompted me to read some more Greene. I have just finished reading ‘The Heart of the … Continue reading

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To allow one’s grief is a significant part of this ‘letting go’ of the hope for a better past Every now and then a description of a process strikes me as particularly worth exploring further. Listen to this. A person … Continue reading

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