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Relationships 5 Tuesday Blog (The last in this 5 part series)

Relationships 5 Tuesday Blog (The last in this 5 part series)

RelationshipsThe Principal of Judgment I am sure you must have often heard that frequently quoted phrase; ‘You mustn’t judge!’ When questioned, people will quote the bible verse saying ‘Judge not, or you will be judged’. Actually it does not...

Relationships 4 The Tuesday Blog

Relationships 4 The Tuesday Blog

Relationships The Principal of First priority We have talked about meetings and the reason for them. Now let’s now take a look at what I call the ‘principal of first priority’. What is the most important command for people...

Relationships 3 The Tuesday Blog

Relationships 3 The Tuesday Blog

Relationships The Principal of the collectiveWe have looked at the first principals of relationship, now we need to look at how that should work out in practice. Let us look more closely at the issue of collectivism, the coming...

Relationships 2 The Tuesday Blog

Relationships 2 The Tuesday Blog

Relationships Principal in Action We have established that being a Christian is not at all the same as being religious. How does that work out in practice, or at least how should it work? One of the major problems...

Relationships 1 The Tuesday Blog

Relationships 1 The Tuesday Blog

Relationships First Principals When I was in college, one of my tasks was to write a thesis. I forget how many words it was, but I remember it was a lot! It is probably still gathering dust somewhere in...

Alternative

Alternative

Alternative It’s a sad fact of life, the majority opinion is not always correct. Not that I dislike democracy, I think it is probably the best way to be governed, and greatly preferred to some very dark alternatives. Which...

BLASPHEMY

BLASPHEMY

Blasphemy I note from the Guardian that the Irish Doyle is suggesting that there should be, in Ireland, an extension of the blasphemy laws to include all offences to religion whatever they may be. I note ‘Atheist Ireland’, a...

The Problem Of Morals

The Problem Of Morals

The problem of Morals For many years I was Chair of Governors for a large North London school. We would regularly receive directives from Government departments asking us to work hard to create good citizens. Well educated ones of...

answer to comment

answer to comment

Response to Dave Evans comment on my blog:This is an interesting thought and I am inclined to agree I often find that their own fraternity of scientist are often embarrassed by their evangelical fervour, and fundamental attitudes, however I...