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21:9 When they had gone ashore, they saw a charcoal fire there, with fish on it, and bread.

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19:6 When the chief priests and the police saw him, they shouted, “Crucify him! Crucify him!”

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Following the reading from the essay by Christian Chessel in “Of Gods And Men”, the monks of Tibhirine, hear a short reading from Carlo Carretto (2 April 1910 – 4 October 1988).

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Yeshua says: I tell my mysteries
to those who are in accord with my mysteries.

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Beginning this morning IASP will be taking a break from normal content and concentrating on reading slowly through Luke 1:1-2:52.

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These notes from 18 years ago are taken from a day I, along with some clergy colleagues, spent with Cynthia Bourgeault in Victoria, B.C.

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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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The use of the word “agnostic” raises the question of knowledge. How do we know things?

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Dear Christmas Visitor,

I do not know your name. We have only met once. You greeted me warmly at the back of church on Christmas Eve, shook my hand , smiled, and wished me a “Merry Christmas”.

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“In the beginning…”

The Gospel of John begins with two Greek words: “en arche“. English translators add the article “the”. So almost all English versions of John’s Gospel begin with the words, “In the beginning…” But the Greek is more stark – “In beginning…”  And it raises more questions than it answers:

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