Denominational reallignment?

Wanderings of a Post-Modern Pilgrim states about the current Anglican crisis "In reflecting on the meltdown that seems to be approaching in the Anglican/Episcopal communion, it would appear to me that this is the first 'test case' of a major denomination facing the new realities of the 21st Century. We may be about to witness the birth of a new denomination out of their struggles. In so doing they may become part of the first moves to the realignment of denominations as we know them."It seems … [Read more...]

The church of my dreams….

Thanks to NextReformation.com for this "The church in the new millennium will be defined through experience and relationship. Postmodern culture is looking for an experience of God, not an explanation. The future church, like the ancient, will live in the mystery of the presence of the risen Christ and demonstrate authentic community in a culture of isolation- Michael Slaughter. "Of course, explanation is a part of any relationship- so we mustnt assume that relationship can even exist without … [Read more...]

Ren� Descartes | French Philosopher

Ren� Descartes said 'If you would be a real seeker after truth, it is necessary that at least once in your life you doubt, as far as possible, all things.' �DescartesThis I think inspired the Real Live preacher to make the following list-Here is a list of things we speak of as if they were real, but they do not exist:Squares and Circles 1 dimensional lines 2 dimensional objects An inch The poor* The rich* The sky Perfection Ten pounds Infinity 4 Pacifism God as any human has described God … [Read more...]

Ren Descartes | French Philosopher

Ren Descartes said 'If you would be a real seeker after truth, it is necessary that at least once in your life you doubt, as far as possible, all things.' DescartesThis I think inspired the Real Live preacher to make the following list-Here is a list of things we speak of as if they were real, but they do not exist:Squares and Circles 1 dimensional lines 2 dimensional objects An inch The poor* The rich* The sky Perfection Ten pounds Infinity 4 Pacifism God as any human has described God. … [Read more...]

A most unusual war

Archbishop reflects on cost of war: "According to Ministry of Defence figures, 51 soldiers have died in Iraq - 21 killed in action, 19 in accidents and five in cases of so-called friendly fire. A further four died of natural causes, while two deaths are still under investigation. Unlike after previous conflicts, no victory parade or military march past has been held. " … [Read more...]

Ouch….!

From Thinklings Weblog: "The great danger of Christian discipleship is that we should have two religions: a glorious, biblical Sunday gospel that sets us free from the world, that in the cross and resurrection of Christ makes eternity alive in us, a magnificent gospel of Genesis and Romans and Revelation; and, then, an everyday religion that we make do with during the week between the time of leaving the world and arriving in heaven. We save the Sunday gospel for the big crises of existence. For … [Read more...]

In trouble and I don't even deserve it……

Over atblogs4God I am in trouble for "schmoozing with good timing by linking to my site the day before my post here"! Actually I never knew that chap was a moderator at blogs4god! Honest! … [Read more...]

The latest in toilet humor

Joshua Claybourn says : "If you're in need of a good chuckle" take a look at the washlet. What can I say...... … [Read more...]

Martin Luther-king's autobiography

Although Martin Luther King's Dream is not yet fullfilled" he certainly made a massive impact. I am reading his autobiography at the moment and the thing that stands out most is hs statement that the blacks had lost their fear. When an individual looses his fear there is no stopping him. … [Read more...]

Homosexuality controvery

Entitled a 'Cure' for homosexuality? this article reignites the old controversy- "Are people born homosexual? " … [Read more...]


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