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  • Seven Mistakes Every Church Should Avoid
    Whether you agree with any or all of the "mistakes" mentioned in this article, it is certainly worth the read and can serve as a helpful springboard for discussion on the biblical/theological/historical nature of the Church.
  • Why men have stopped singing in church
    A fascinating discussion is unfolding at churchformen.com regarding the disappearance of singing (especially by men) in most churches with a contemporary bent. Although I consider worship to be much more holistic and diverse than what the author is focused on, the discussion there is nonetheless a worthwhile read.
  • The Anglican-Episcopal Divide Widens Further
    NT Wright offers a honest and somewhat heavy-hearted perspective regarding The Episcopal Church (TEC) in the U.S., and their decision to further formalize their decision to appoint to all orders of ministry, persons in active same-sex relationships. This marks a clear break with the rest of the Anglican Communion.
  • "I Am Second"- Incredible Personal Stories
    Personal testimony stories are a dime-a-dozen on the internet. YouTube and a plethora of other sites offer them. But you will NEVER find striking personal stories about life and loss and struggle and victory and faith like you will encounter at www.iamsecond.com. This is a resource site you MUST visit for yourself and then bookmark.
  • Charles Wesley's secret code diary cracked by priest
    An Anglican priest has unlocked the 270-year-old secrets of Charles Wesley's coded diary, throwing light on the turbulent relationship that he had with his brother John in the early years of the Methodist movement they founded... The “hidden” material offers an insight into Wesley's fierce determination to prevent the Methodist societies from breaking away from the Church of England, and disagreements with his more influential older brother.
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December 09, 2006

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you've asked for comments and thoughts in each post... so mostly... thank you for making all of this available. seriously... such a rich conversation.

Hi, Im from Melbourne.

ALL narratives are exactly and only that--narratives or stories which attempt to explain Humankinds relationship to and understanding of the Infinitely Radiant Mystery in which all of this is arising.

ALL of which were and are made in time and space and inevitably a projection of the culturally determined mind forms of those who made (make) it, and the depth of their Spiritual Illumination.

With that in mind please check out this reference re to who owns the Holy Brightness.

1. www.adidam.org/flash/truthandreligion/index.html

Meanwhile in this day and age ALL of the HUMANLY made Sacred Scriptures of the entire Great Tradition of Humankind are freely available on the internet. And as such they are the common inheritance of all of us.
And we are also witnessing (and participating in) a global fight to the death war. A war between the mind made idolatries created by the would be world conquering political "religions" which originated in the Middle East.
Both claiming to possess the one true faith/revelation/way etc etc.

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