Freedom – A Hill to Die On

You’re a sinner. I don’t know what your particular proclivity is but I do know one thing for sure. You’re a sinner. Mind you, I’m a sinner too but it could be that you didn’t even get to this second line because you were already offended by what I wrote.  That’s your prerogative, but it […]

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Thinking Aloud #11 – Kamal’s Back!, the USA, sin and the Census.

The team is back together. We chat about Kamal’s trip the US of A and his thoughts on how they’re talking about sin at Redeemer Presbyterian. Then we canter through the question of what people should answer to the religion question in the Australian Census. Enjoy! Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | […]

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No More Acting - the Humility of Grace

Who wants to be an actor? (picture above from State Library of NSW archives on flickr. h/t Dave Miers). I had a fascinating conversation this weekend about what it means to live the Christian life. My conversation partner came from a religious background that put the emphasis on what we need to do to please […]

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Sin and Grace in Hamlet

Just a short observation. In Act 2, Scene 2 of Hamlet the players arrive and we have a brief performance. Afterwards, Hamlet asks Polonius to look after his guests… Hamlet's request is plain enough… 'Tis well: I'll have thee speak out the rest soon. Good my lord, will you see the players well bestow'd? Do you hear, let […]

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