Anticipating that some evangelicals may be freaked out by any discussion on trance experience, or alternatively, have no idea what I am talking about, I though I'd draw your attention to an interesting article from John Court entitled Discerning between the Emotional, the Psychotic and the Spiritual Dr John Court was Professor of Psychology in … Continue reading Discernment and Trance Phenomena
The Ooze has posted an interesting review of Love Trumps Karma by Karyn Henley, which kicks off with this Sri Lankan translation of John 1:1. In the beginning was the dhamma, And the dhamma was with God, And the dhamma was God… The true light that enlightens everyone. I want to buy it already.
After seeing Revenge of the Sith the other night I just couldn't resist this one. The Last Supper of Luke Skywalker. George Lucas meets Leonardo Da Vinci.
I thought I'd a share a short meditation based Proverbs 3. It involves focussing on the following passage, and Jesus who is its ultimate focus, while you breath deeply. (Breath in) Trust in the Lord with all your heart (Breath out) And lean not on your own understanding (Breath in) In all your ways acknowledge … Continue reading Proverbs 3 Meditation
Is meditation biblical? Surprising as it may seem, the answer is yes. But don't take my word for it, see for yourself. Here's what the bible has to say: Do not let this Book of the Law depart from your mouth; meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do … Continue reading Biblical Meditation
Peter Costello, our beloved treasurer, releases the poor.
From Amnesty International: 139 countries and several international criminal tribunals agree. In response to an article published in The Age and the Sydney Morning Herald newspapers today, Amnesty International restates its view that torture is never justifiable. Amnesty International absolutely deplores any suggestion that torture or other ill-treatment is acceptable for any reason, or at … Continue reading Torture is never justifiable