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The a-moral Jesus, rejecting “good” & “bad”.

We read in Luke 18 that a rich man/ruler came to Jesus asking, “Good teacher, what must I do to inherit eternal life?” Jesus starts his answer declaring that none is good except God! This answer has fascinated me for … Continue reading

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“I feel happy, so happy and gay!” My contribution to the homosexual debate.

What a difference 30 years can make to meaning. When the song came out, everyone would have known what was meant by “feeling gay”. Today, those who do not know the song would attach quite a different connotation to “feeling … Continue reading

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Did Jesus have to die?

Everyone dies. Scripture teaches that Jesus learnt obedience through suffering. That means that the paradigms and belief structures he embraced were tested in real live pain and suffering. If it wasn’t it would not have any meaning to us. If … Continue reading

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Change – Picking apples from a pear tree?

A man once bought a house in the middle of the winter because it had what looked like a well-established apple orchard in the back garden. When summer came along he was deeply disappointed to see pears growing on the … Continue reading

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“I am” am I not?

Hi Nick This “I am” concept is simple and yet important. In Christian writing and dialogue I come across some very vague thinking regarding concepts such as self. It raised in me questions such as who am I? Who is … Continue reading

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Understanding the “fall of man”

It is very important for us to understand the fall of man as described in Genesis 1 to 3. To understand concepts such as salvation/consciousness, faith or repentance we need to know what went wrong, what are we saved from … Continue reading

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Ego vs “I am” – response to a post on The Mystery Revealed.

Dear DeeDee This is the point I want to bring across. You bring a wonderful word but for me it is lacking in one area. If there is no I am apart from Jesus then why would I want to … Continue reading

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