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Reading the Bible is a tricky business.

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14 Then Jesus, filled with the power of the Spirit, returned to Galilee,

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Mr T. chose to end our conversation on my blog last Sunday. But before “checking out” he made two final points.

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Paul T.’s litany of complaints against any formal, institutional expression of religious belief, covers the gamut of villains in religious institutional life.

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Karl Vaters’ point #3 may seem disheartening to those of us who labour in the church. But there may be a silver lining to this cloud. But, first we must take the cloud seriously.

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Dear Stranger In The Pew,

I am sorry I did not get the chance to greet you personally over the Christmas season.

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Notes from Diana Butler-Bass’ Saturday morning session at St. John the Divine Anglican Church, Victoria.

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It is Sunday morning. I am sitting at the front of the church looking across at the singers leading music as our worship begins.

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In his book Eternal Echoes, John O’Donohue acknowledges the difficulty traditional religious institutions have in connecting with contemporary culture. He understands that there are good reasons why people may have a hard time finding “resonance in the way many of the rituals of institutional religion are practised.”

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It is a blessing and a privilege when a congregation is able to welcome children in church.

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