Monthly Archives: September 2007


1 The LORD is my light and my salvation— whom shall I fear? The LORD is the stronghold of my life— of whom shall I be afraid? 2 When evil men advance against me to devour my flesh, when my … Continue reading

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Six foot under

When I read the response of TECs House of Bishops to the Primates, I was struck with an image of a shoal of bishops, swimming six foot under, unwilling to come to the surface for air, and at the same … Continue reading

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The tipping point

If you are following Anglican current affairs, then you will know the importance of what is happening in New Orleans at the moment. I’m not planning on filling you in on that here, you can find all about it on … Continue reading

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Autumn 2007

Autumn comes to Calgary…. And so does September snow too, but we don’t need to go into that!

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The Mercy Judgment – audio version

If you want to, you can listen to my sermon here. I’ll not be giving up the day job just yet. 😉

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The Mercy Judgment

The following is the text / pictures from the sermon delivered 16th September 2007, St Augustines Church, Calgary. Introduction Since I’m standing here this morning you might hazard a guess that this is not going to be your traditional sermon … Continue reading

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The Third Watch

I think I might have mentioned Mark before, however if not, go and have a gander at one of his latest posts, The Third Watch. Well, can’t add much really than to say yup, that’s it. I should note I’m … Continue reading

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Blog Rating

It seems my blog is squeaky-clean, holier-than-thou and just all round annoying. On a whim, I put in some other blogsites and was shocked – shocked I tell you – at the results. Seems that Felix Hominum has some serious … Continue reading

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Living beyond our means

Now, I’m no economist, but I’ve been watching closely the recent troubles with the economy what with sub-prime defaults and credit crunches and the like. I guess some folks might regard this as judgment, and I suppose it is in … Continue reading

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The technological Tower of Babel

When reading this yesterday, about the approval given to create human-animal embryos, I was just sickened. Then I just wondered how we could fail to be judged for such a thing? How long can this kind of evil be perpetuated? … Continue reading

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