Category Archives: Discussion

A Trinitarian Dilemma

This post attempts to lay a simple foundation for defining the Doctrine of the Trinity in a way that allows me to accede to an acceptable level of intellectual assent. As my knowledge grows, I would hope to expand on … Continue reading

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The Bible – Sole Arbiter Of The Christian Faith

That Holy Scripture is central to the tenets of the Christian faith is not disputed; that it is the sole arbiter of the Christian faith is. Sola Scriptura is a cornerstone of Protestant theology, but it is, in my opinion, … Continue reading

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There is a Greenhill …

Contemplation I stood in awe at the foot of that tree – Looking down He whispered softly to me. All is not lost my child; I have set you free – For the ransom is paid, loves power you see. … Continue reading

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A Question of Evil

I want to find God! I want to know Him because I believe that He is the only way to ultimate truth, the absolute reason for existence! On my own, I am incapable of satisfying these metaphysical needs and so … Continue reading

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Faith and Contemporary Society

Introduction When you think about it, faith is a strong and compelling word. Derived from the Latin, fides,[1] it describes a relationship of trust and confidence in someone or something, in most instances without proof – but is this the … Continue reading

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In Defence of Men & Women

It would seem to me that man has been on the downward side of certainty since he decided that reason was the sole arbiter of philosophical reflection. The ‘Age of Enlightenment’, initiated in the 17th century, brushed aside the cobwebs … Continue reading

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Latin–A Point of Contention

A response to ‘Latin means centralisation’ – Southern Cross December 12, 2012. Mr. Hicky, you betray your motive! You begin by explicating the rights and wrongs of Latin grammar as used in a recent edition of the Southern Cross and … Continue reading

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