Monthly Archives: January 2013

The Right Hand Of Belief

The message at church tonight was interesting. It was about what belief means. Or at least, what it means in the words of Jesus Christ as we have them today, and for the people in the first century AD who adopted the … Continue reading

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Proof.

I got to fence with a Jehovah’s Witness the other day. It was an elderly man doing door-knocking and offerring tracts. I was annoyed at not being told straightaway that he was a JW, and told him so. Though, to … Continue reading

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To stay or to leave.

I’ve been reading some more about Christianity and the history around it. And because I’m not completely happy with what my church teaches about that, I’ve been looking further afield. One of those is Wicca, which is one I’ve been … Continue reading

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Paul the Apostle.

Paul The Apostle is both Christianity’s single greatest advocate and perhaps one of it’s most subtle enigmas. It is his letters that we have as the earlist writings of the New Testament, written perhaps a generation or two before the … Continue reading

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