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Week In Review - Jan 20

Hello readers! I hope you had a fantastic week – mine was pretty great, if I do say so myself.

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The Screwtape Letters review- AussieTheatre.com

This article was originally posted on AussieTheatre.com at http://aussietheatre.com.au/reviews/screwtape-letters-canberra-theatre-centre 

There are many ways that Hell could be represented on stage. Walking into The Courtyard Studio of the Canberra Theatre Centre to find an office straight out of a Sherlock Holmes novel was, needless to say, not what I expected. 458 more words

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Spirit and Subsidiarity

https://notmyfirstrodeoblog.files.wordpress.com/2016/12/12-en-pric3a8re.m4a “En Priere”, Bill Douglas, from the album “Kaleidoscope”, (1993)

“Subsidiarity” as explained here, and “Spirit” (as discussed here and here) are two important Catholic ideas.  1,560 more words

The Inner Struggle

Coming in 2017... Not Your Average Book Reviews!

The trouble with book reviews: subjectivity. Two people can read the same book and opine in wildly different directions. A friend of mine posted that  640 more words

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The Opportunities Of Christmas

On Sunday, our fill-in speaker at church, Dr. Tim Muehlhoff, delivered an unusual Christmas sermon. His key points were anchored by John 12:31-32.

“Now judgment is upon this world; now the ruler of this world will be cast out.

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THE SCREWTAPE LETTERS Park, N4

BETTER TO RANT IN HELL..


Magnificent in military jacket as he lectures the College of Tempters, then at ease in his study in fine brocade against a marvellous backdrop of skulls and bones and fire, Screwtape dictates his letters to a junior, his nephew Wormwood. 569 more words

Willful

This verse, in either location, is merely a confirmation of willful disobedience.  Contrast this with John 3 (which I won’t retype here).  In John 3 there is nothing about behavior, nothing about actions we must take.   370 more words

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