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More about the Bible

I wrote about the Bible previously. So, this is a little more about the Bible.

A great deal of energy is dedicated to the Bible. A collection of writings that didn’t exist in its current form for more than the first 300 years of Christianity. 356 more words


Do Angels Exist? Kent's Perspective

My friend and co-writer Joe writes: “Angels are figments of the human imagination”. Joe represents a scientific perspective that unless something can be objectively measured and quantified it isn’t real. 616 more words

Anam Chara - Christine Valters-Paintner 

“Celtic monks would have counseled you to have a soul friend, or anam chara in the Irish language. Everyone, whether lay or clergy, man or woman, was expected to have a spiritual mentor and companion on the soul’s journey. 76 more words

Inspiring Blogs

A Prayer for St. Patrick's Day

In name of the Creator,
In name of the Child,
In name of Spirit,
Three in One:

Creator cherish me,
Christ cherish me.
Spirit cherish me,

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Food for Thought-Don't Get All Warm and Fuzzy About Ireland, It's A Hard Place to Live

I lived in Northern Ireland for two years. This was two of the most demanding years of my life. I was challenged theologically, politically, and culturally to rethink many of the stereotypes and images I’d long held. 704 more words

Food For Thought


BEHOLD the Lightener of the stars
On the crests of the clouds,
And the choralists of the sky
Lauding Him.

Coming down with acclaim
From the Father above, 75 more words