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Dear Tracey,

Thirty-nine years ago last month I stood up in St. Paul’s Anglican Church in Toronto with eleven other young men and women to do what you are doing this morning – or I suppose by now, have already done.

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Q: Millenials are the highest rates of defection from church. How do you understand your relationship with organized religion?

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The mystery of transformation that is mirrored, that is received by resonance, by communion, by connection, by relationship comes down to your capacity for presence.

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I suppose it should come as no surprise that, as a Christian preacher, the name Jesus crops up fairly frequently in my speaking and appears often in my writing.

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Christ is the power of hope, peace, joy and love.

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When Aslan moves on from dealing with the Gospel accounts of Jesus’ life to the writings of Paul, he makes a common, but largely discredited leap.

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There are 13 of us gathered in a long narrow room, 7 along one wall and 6 on the opposite side of the room.

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Yesterday I wrote about a person who is experiencing a “that lack of faith” and finding that experience called into question. I wondered what is really going on when someone claims to experience “a lack of faith.”

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I received a comment on FaceBook recently which identified a situation that had caused the writer to “question my lack of faith.”

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