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The religious suppose that only the religious know about God or care about God, and that God cares only for the religious. Characteristically, religion is precious and possessive toward God, and institutes and conducts itself as if God really needs religion, as if His existence depends upon the recognition of religion. Religion considers that God […]

A New Commandment…

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According to Matthew and Luke Jesus is asked what is the greatest commandment and he replies ‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is, […]

Sarah…

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A girl called Sarah walks up to me after I’ve been speaking at her church. There’s tears in her eyes, but she looks angry rather than moved. She begins to tell me her story… a story of how she would often look out of her bedroom window… the window that overlooked the church we were […]

On the new minimalism…

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I am addicted to minimalism and simplicity blogs. Amusingly they are one of the few things I collect (in my bookmarks tab). I am also fascinated by the idea of minimalism. I am attracted to it though I am nowhere near achieving anything like it. But I wonder if the new minimalism is a reverting […]

The story has no ending…

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I grew up with adventure books. Books where you could determine the outcome of the story. At the time and as a seven year old I thought these books were amazing. I could interact with the characters- I could change things. As I reminisce I realise how limited these texts were. I was always the […]