I confess, I don’t usually get Twitter; somehow it is a step too far for my limited, slightly arrested, social networking capabilities.

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In his book The Brain’s Way of Healing, Dr. Norman Doidge tells the remarkable, but apparently true story of the monks of Abbaye d’En Calcat in southern France.

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“Clean blood!”

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It is obviously an intentionally provocative opening line:

Christianity has died in the hands of Evangelicals.

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In an opinion piece in the New York Times yesterday, David Brooks posed a troubling question that should be deeply disturbing to anyone who identifies as a Christian:

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Any man whose world has not been shaken by “MeToo…” has either not been paying attention, or dwells in a realm of purity, innocence, and exemplary behaviour that is foreign territory to most men during at least some moments in our lives.

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There is nothing glamorous about war. War is brutal and deadly. There are no victories in war. Everyone loses whenever we resort to violence.

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Why is it that, in the eyes of a certain cultured, highly-educated intellectual elite, religion remains the one worldview it is deemed politically correct to mock?

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According to the International Institute for Strategic Studies, in 2008, 63 armed conflicts around the globe resulted in 56,000 casualties. In 2014 six years later 180,000 people died worldwide as a result of 42 conflicts.

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On 7 November 1938 Herschel Grynzspan a 17-year-old Polish Jewish student, desperate about the fate of his family who had been deported from Germany, but refused admittance to Poland, walked into the German embassy in Paris and shot the German diplomat Ernst vom Rath.

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