Category Archives: Science

On being an introvert believer

Over at Intimacy with God blog I have writen about what it is like to be an introvert in an extrovert controlled culture, and how we can learn to stop feeling sorry for ourselves and function in our God-given giftings. … finish reading On being an introvert believer

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Gods and men with three sides

In his opening chapter of Adams Vs. God: The Rematch, Phillip Adams quotes Charles de Montesquieu as saying, If a triangle made a god, it would give him three sides. This is true, as evidenced by the many god’s that … finish reading Gods and men with three sides

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Preparing for the Dissociation Seminar

This Saturday Di and I are running our first day seminar on ministry to people with dissociation. By dissociation we do not just mean Dissociative identity Disorder (DID, or what used to be called Multiple Personality Disorder – MPD). Nor … finish reading Preparing for the Dissociation Seminar

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Reverend Fun – Ever Wonder if God Ever Had Second Thoughts?

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How many blogging pastors are there?

Darren Rowse, the Problogger, has written an interesting post about how to keep blogging when it feels like nobody is reading your blog. Darren speaks of his time as a pastor learning to preach by speaking to a room full … finish reading How many blogging pastors are there?

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Are you in a Christendom political party?

Sad as it may seem, I believe that most Christians are told by their leaders which part of the theological spectrum they are part of, and generally they don’t understand what it means, nor do they often care very much. … finish reading Are you in a Christendom political party?

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Is Richard Dawkins a Level Five Atheist?

Perhaps Richard Dawkins is at least a level five atheist (see previous post – Level Five Agnostic). This quote from a Fr Frank Brenan SJ’s book review of Richard Dawkin’s The God Delusion would seem to indicate this: Dawkins claims … finish reading Is Richard Dawkins a Level Five Atheist?

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Please, Mr Einstein

It’s a lazy Tuesday off and I’m sitting reading – no, enjoying – a delightful book. It’s Please, Mr Einstein by Jean-Claude Carriere. I can’t say very much about the content of the book yet – I’m only up to … finish reading Please, Mr Einstein

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