New Church Perspective Article

Sorry for the lack of recent posts: I’ve been away at Maple (camp for New Church teens).  Over the weekend New Church Perspective posted an article I wrote on whether the Lord has a sense of humour.  Read it here. I’d love to hear your thoughts! [Read more...]

Sermon: The Plank and the Splinter

This is a sermon I gave June 27, 2009, at the Olivet New Church in Toronto. The Plank and the Splinter A Sermon by Rev. Coleman S. Glenn [Read more...]

Are My Colors Your Colors?

Is my red your red, or do you see red as what I call “blue”?  It’s a question that most of us have probably found ourselves wondering about, because we have no way of actually sharing with another person how we perceive a color.  But in a post on his blog at Psychology Today, Mark [Read More...]

Helping Others is Good for You

The website inCharacter.org has an interview with Dr. Stephen G. Post, author of Why Good Things Happen to Good People: How to Live a Longer, Healthier, Happier Life by the Simple Act of Giving, and president of the Institute for Research on Unlimited Love. (Call me a cynic, but the name “Institute for Research on [Read More...]

Sermon: David Spares Saul

This was a family talk (i.e. kids and adults together) that I delivered at the Olivet New Church in Toronto on Sunday, June 6.  The actual talk was only in outline form, so this is just a rough write-up of what I remember saying. David Spares Saul A Sermon by Rev. Coleman S. Glenn This [Read More...]

The Upside of Irrationality

An interesting article from the Boston Globe today about a new book by behavioural economist Dan Ariely called The Upside of Irrationality. Excerpt from the article: On another work-related theme, Ariely shows that people overvalue things they help make themselves. In one experiment, Ariely asks subjects to make an origami animal and then say how [Read More...]


CLOSE | X

HIDE | X