Being a Christian today – who just happens to also be an Anglican Priest – feels weird. Yes, weird! And I don’t say that lightly. The really weird thing about feeling weird is I feel this way both inside the
I love food! Being an Italian it’s no wonder. I grew up in an Italian household in which my mother made the most amazing Italian meals and my father made salami, prosciutto, sausage, cured cheeses and, of course, lots of
Like as the heart desireth the water-brooks; so longeth my soul after thee, O God. My soul is athirsts for God, yea, even for the living God; When shall I come to appear Before the presence of God? (Psalm 42.1-2)
As most of you have probably heard in the media, a recent grand jury in the US reported that Bishops and other leaders of the Roman Catholic Church in Pennsylvania covered up sexual abuse of minors by more than 300
Is Religion the main cause of wars and suffering in the world? Revd. Dr. Mike Michielin The conventional wisdom of Western societies is that Christianity (and all other religions), has a tendency to promote violence in our world. Furthermore,
The central motif in Christianity from its inception is the Cross of Jesus Christ. That is why each of the four Gospels in the bible culminates with this important event. Anglican preacher and theologian, Fleming Rutledge says, the crucifixion is
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