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Always at a cost.

I am currently reading Jurgen Moltmann’s ‘ God for a Secular Society The Public Relevance of Theology’. Here is something that got me thinking and overlaps with Tony Judt’s ‘ Ill Fares the Land. Penguin Press. ISBN 1-59420-276-1′.  : “History’s fine … Continue reading

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Now…..

  Look around you: Things are always evolving, each minute different from the next. And yes, some moments are more beautiful than others. Stay focused anyway: if you spend your time remembering the past or imagining the future, you just … Continue reading

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St. Enodoc Church – reclaiming.

1 Corinthians 9:21-23 New International Version (NIV) “21 To those not having the law I became like one not having the law (though I am not free from God’s law but am under Christ’s law), so as to win those not … Continue reading

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Kingdom work and the shrink of Christendom

One of the favourite questions I am asked by people is ‘Why so many denominations and then speak of unity?’ It is true, every Sunday you can hear the call of unity by word spoken, sung and prayed but if … Continue reading

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Karl Barth on Holy Scripture’s Capacity for Error

The Origin of the Dictation Theory of Inspiration In the Post-Reformation era, a century after the deaths of Martin Luther, John Calvin and the first and second generation reformers, the doctrine of inspiration of the Scriptures evolved into a dictation … Continue reading

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A 40 Day Devotional starting on Friday

Friday sees a new chapter in the life of the Aveyard’s. We move into our 9th home in our 36 years of marriage (our anniversary was yesterday). So, with this in mind, I thought it would be a good idea … Continue reading

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June 6: Being Made New

2 Chronicles 14:1–16:14; Titus 3:1–7; Psalm 97:1–98:9 We often fall into old habits that reflect the way we once were. Although we’ve been made new, we haven’t been made perfect, and sometimes it shows. People within our church communities might have one … Continue reading

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