Monthly Archives: November 2006

Limited blogging

Family with us and all.  More hopefully towards the weekend…… Advertisements

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Reflections on the Spirit of the Age, Part 3

Well, as I promised, something different. This is the concluding part of a reflection on the Spirit of the Age prophecy that was given here.  I think it is important that, when such a word is received and verified, we should … Continue reading

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If Jesus was Anglican

Then the Bible which we read might have passages like this: Come unto me all you who are heavily laden and I will give you a process developing a focus group leading to provisional recommendations as to the best way … Continue reading

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Winter, again

After a very warm, Chinooky interlude, winter has come our way again.  The cold air pool up by the Yukon broke out and headed south.  Currently we are at -13c (9F)  with 2″ of snow on the ground, with the … Continue reading

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If I hear ‘process’ ONE more time….

I’m going to scream and scream and scream and scream and….. The Windsor Report Response Group The Windsor Report Response Group was asked to prepare a draft response to the Windsor Report on behalf of the Anglican Church of Canada. … Continue reading

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The deep, deep sleep of England

Something of interest.   Often it seems as if the powers that be, governments, media, even Christian Churches, are going out of their way to ignore, minimise and gloss over this problem.  Appeasement never works though, and the eventual reckoning becomes … Continue reading

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A tragic necessity

You’ll find me from time to time on ‘liberal’ (I use the term reluctantly) Anglican blogs because I still think it’s important to communicate, or at least try and understand how the other ‘side’ thinks. Right now they generally appear to … Continue reading

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