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March 30, 2007

Chocolate Jesus

Reading the News today I came across an article about a new piece of Art

It depicts Jesus on the Cross, nothing new, but it is made out of chocolate. The article reports that there has been uproar from Catholics in New York, where the Art is exhibited. The article is not clear as to exactly why this has caused so many complaints, it does say that the sculpture has no loin cloth and that the Exhibit was opened during Holy Week.

So where is the contraversy?
Because he made a Chocolate Jesus?
Because he is naked?
Because it co-insides with Holy Week?


December 15, 2005

The Sinner's Prayer

So what do you do if you now believe?
How do you become one of 'those Christian people'?

Firstly, Congratulations!

So what now? what do you do next?

Well, you can start with a prayer

A very specific one called the sinner's prayer. What is the sinners prayer? I here you ask, here's a useful link

I would strongly advise that you seek out people who are already Christians. Either get in touch with whomever has been a good influence to date or, if you have reached this point on your own, contact me.


December 09, 2005

Mere Christianity by C.S.Lewis

Written after being asked to do a short series of programmes for the BBC, it was orignally intended to show that Christianity has a place in post war Britain. the success of the book mean it is a 'must read' for anyone curious about
God.

I was very fortunate that someone suggested I read this book and to them I am eternally grateful. If your a non-believer, uncertain about God or if Christianity is for you I cannot enphasise enough that you should readthis book. It addresses a lot of thoughts you may have about faith and puts them into a more rational perspective.

C.S.Lewis is wonderfully pragmatic and breaks the subject down to it's base level so that you can see it clearly. I say pragmatic not in the way it is usually used, with a negative slant, more in an objective way.


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