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AFTER WE’RE GONE

  Stones carefully set After we all have vanished Tell that we were here.    

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BOOK REVIEW: In The Beginning Was The Spirit

In his most recent book, In The Beginning Was The Spirit, author Diarmuid O’Murchu again attempts to delve into spirituality through a multi-disciplinary analysis employing science, theology, psychology, anthropology, mythology, and the wisdom of first-nation ancestors. The Irish social scientist … Continue reading

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Christianity In Evolution: a book review

Christianity In Evolution: An Exploration by Jack Mahoney is a tough read for two reasons. First, the author’s style consists often of multi-phrase sentences which would delight a seventh grade grammar teacher who is putting pupils through the rigors of … Continue reading

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BOOK REVIEW:THE EMERGENT CHRIST

THE EMERGENT CHRIST Disaffected and frustrated Catholics may find new inspiration for faith in Ilia Delio’s new book, The Emergent Christ, in which she places the Christ in the context of the New Book of Creation which some refer to … Continue reading

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BOOK REVIEW

BOOK Review Diarmuid O’Murchu’s latest book, Christianity’s Dangerous Memory, is the authors attempt to put the teachings of Jesus in the context of Palestine as an empirical colony of Rome. The subtitle, A Rediscovery of The Revolutionary Jesus, suggests that … Continue reading

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