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“Judgement” is one of those terms deeply rooted in Christian tradition that tend to give Christianity a bad name.
Reading any work in translation involves unique and difficult challenges. This is particularly true when the translation is from an ancient language used in a context much different than its original.
Jesus’ conversation with Nicodemus continues in chapter 3 verses 11 to 16. I sense an edge of frustration in Jesus’ voice.
‘Are you a teacher of Israel, and yet you do not understand these things?’ (John 3:10)
It happened yesterday. I knew it was coming soon, but had foolishly hoped it might delay a little longer.
It was a Municipal worker on the corner of Foul Bay and Oak Bay.