2020

The Christmas gift

As we reflect on Christmas this year, it is difficult to rise our feelings; worries, anxieties, pains and tragedies the year 2020 dropped on us right from the moment the Corona Pandemic crept to into almost every corner of

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New Anglican jurisdiction is launched

This new organisation is an authentic expression of Anglican church life and mission, authorised and supported by the GAFCON Primates. In June 2020 they passed a resolution, recommending that: “Bishop Andy Lines be appointed as the Bishop of the

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The Many Faces of Christ

By Stuart McAllister Walking along the road with his followers one day, Jesus asked the question, “Who do people say I am?” The disciples offered a summary of the prevailing and popular views. There seemed to be a range

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Where Is God in All the Suffering?

Dr. Amy Orr-Ewing is no stranger to pain. She gives a heartfelt yet academically rigorous examination of how different beliefs deal with the problem of pain, showing that Jesus alone gives hope. As I write this, my dear friend

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ADVENT

In a recent story on the wildfires that ravaged the Southern California landscape, the reporter Thomas Curwen wrote, “In this climate and on this landscape, fire is the great equalizer. But all natural disasters are. They provide a glimpse into

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Wakeful Inquiry

Article by Jill Carattini for A Slice of Infinity There is a line in the story of the prodigal son that is easy to miss. It comes as the transition in the story, but it also seems to mark

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When All Else Fails, Worry!

By Stuart McAllister Sometimes I get the feeling from our media that there is a serious effort underway to keep us all anxious, in a state of informed concern, and always on the alert against—well, everything. Rather than a

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Why Do You Care?

By Danielle DuRant I recently ran across three stories—and three individuals—in Mark 5 that surprised me. Mark first introduces us to a demon-possessed man, who upon seeing Jesus on the shore at a distance, immediately runs to him and

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Thinking Faith

In many circles today, we are given the impression that we face a choice between thinking and faith. We are given the impression that somehow the postures of faith and reason are mutually exclusive. We live with words in

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