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On the Road with Cardinal Bo, a Personal Reflection

In the Chapel of St Mary Undercroft, the parliamentary chapel just underneath Westminster Hall in the Houses of Parliament, Burma’s first-ever Cardinal celebrated Mass.

“Coming from a country, Burma, that is just emerging from over half a century of cruel, brutal military dictatorship, a country torn apart by war, ravaged by religious and ethnic persecution, with rampant corruption and dire poverty, into a new Easter dawn of democracy, to stand here in this chapel with all that it symbolises and represents is an immense joy,” Cardinal Charles Bo said. 896 more words


A Song A Day: Missio - 'Hey You, Remember My Name'

Electro pop, indie pop, indie, alternative… genres are increasingly hard to define these days. Missio are one such band that cannot be categorised.

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God is Salvation. The Idea of Two Classes of People Rather than One in Christ

I once wrote a post that touched upon what I will further elaborate on in this post; i.e. the idea that the classical/Augustinian concept of election has some very damaging consequences for thinking about humanity/people in general, and for thinking about salvation and a thus a doctrine of God in particular. 1,494 more words


Songs of the Week 45: January 24 - January 30

#5. The Zolas – Get Dark


They are from Vancouver, and thus are automatically awesome. The fact that they are great at catchy indie-pop is just an added bonus really. 462 more words