Tag Archives: faith

The defects of believers

I try to make it a habit of reading several websites that have no love for religion in general or Christianity in particular. They love scientific studies because you know science is good, religion is bad. They really love studies that take a shot at

Living with startling abundance

This blog started with a fairly simple premise and topic that I’ve long since wandered from. I saw (and still see) consumerism as a massive problem in our societies and churches because of the way it forms and shapes people. I was going to write,

The Curiosity Index (18.04.2018)

A hole in the sky One of the dangers for us, as charismatic Christians, is that our equivalent of the Temple is our Sunday worship service. People need to “come” to encounter God. That’s where the hole in heaven is – over our meeting. And

The Curiosity Index (02.04.2018)

I hope you’ve had a good Easter weekend. Here are a few links for you to try The incredible reality of who we are now because of Jesus This is good news Is the Western Church Going to Die Out? Matt Chandler thinks not Mike

Why Earth’s History Appears So Miraculous

Science is amazing and it’s also amazing what scientists believe. I’m not talking about the realm of provable science but of speculative physics. The world where we push past quantum mechanics (which I confess I barely grasp in layman’s terms) to the world of multiple

Mary Magdalene: The reviewers reviewed

I haven’t seen the film in question but I’ve read a lot of reviews now and it’s not clear whether this film is really terrible or really powerful. It’s also not clear what people think about the main character Mary Magdalene. History hasn’t treated Mary

The Curiosity Index (09.02.2018)

In world first, Bermuda repeals its same-sex marriage law That’s upsetting a lot of people. For the first time in Gerber’s history, its “spokesbaby” is a boy with Down syndrome I’ve no idea who Gerber are but this is apparently a big deal in the