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Relationality
Relationship is the language of the universe!
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Relationality is the measure of relationship between two or more things.
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  • Boundaries in Book Choices

    BoundariesUsually, when evaluating a book, it’s enough to weigh up pros and cons and decide whether or not to read it. But in this case, I’d like to go a little further because of two things: Firstly, the topic the book seeks to address is so central to the truth of Scripture, and secondly, the book does such tremendous damage to that central truth.

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  • Little Things make a Big Difference

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    You've all heard it said "do unto others as you would have them do unto you".

    As parents we teach our children this virtue normally around the aspect of sharing and being kind to others.

    As we put this into practice we soon realize that this is a win-win situation because most often as you treat others correctly, with courtesy and even go out of your way to be nice, you feel good inside and often people treat you in

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  • Wholeness

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    How is it that we produce mass-school shooters, drug addicts, gangbangers, serial rapists, and pedofiles in the first world in the 21st century? 

    We are living in a time obsessed with health, yet we are probably the least healthy group of generations in the history of humankind. What we call ‘health’ is a strange mashup of disparate pieces of individual humanity, as if a whole human is merely the sum of all of her parts.
    The truth is that a

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  • The Born Contradiction

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    Max Born Max Born, the subject of the Google Doodle today, was born this day, December 11th 1882. He was of a group of distinguished and extremely influential physicists who developed the formative thought for what we know today as Quantum Mechanics.

    Besides physics, Born stretched his considerable intellect into other fields also. Ethics was a favorite of his.

    In 1954 during a lecture on Statistical Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics he said this:  I believe that ideas such as absolute certitude,

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  • We Read or we Die

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    When I was 19 reading was, for me, a ‘guilty’ pleasure. I would read whatever I could get my hands on. I would stay up till the early hours of the morning reading, promising myself just one more chapter. It was an escape from the world around me, but at the same time it broadened the horizons of my world, and it ordered, shaped, and solidified my thinking.
    Reading helped me not just to make sense of my world, but

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  • Without Faith Atheism is impossible

    So I was thinking this morning about the verse in Hebrews that says quite categorically:

    “And without faith it is impossible to please him, for whoever would draw near to God must believe that he exists and that he rewards those who seek him.” (Hebrews 11:6 ESV)

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  • The 4 Generations - Next Steps - Part 7 of 7

    Pessimist followed by Selfish followed by Cynical followed by Idealist generations in an ongoing cycle. Sociological manifestations of a 2500 year old spiritual conspiracy. Could this actually be happening? Are you conscious of it?

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  • The 4 Generations - Conclusions - Part 6 of 7

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    So the idea of the secular tyranny was born in hell thousands of years ago, and survives to this day. A false kingdom, ruled by hidden demonic powers, against whom our real battle remains until Jesus comes back.

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  • The 4 Generations - Idealist - Part 5 of 7

    Alexander the Great, whom Daniel pictures rather unflatteringly as a he-goat, was Aristotle’s pupil. Alexander was an idealist.

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  • The 4 Generations - Cynic - Part 4 of 7

    Aristotle fundamentally disagreed with Plato, he believed that our actions in the physical realm ought to be be organized, and ethical. But quickly he found that grandfather Socrates was right about one thing: although we ought to be ethical, we are anything but!

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