A post-match analysis from the U.T.P. sports desk.
I would like to join the commentary about the battle between George Pell and Richard Dawkins on the ABC’s Q&A program on 9/5/12. A copy of the show is – here
While I have never had any previous reason to critique Richard Dawkins’ opinions and I have had many reason’s to critique George Pell’s theology and church administration, I found myself being much more attracted to Pell’s position than Dawkins. Continue reading
“They tell you we are dreamers. The true dreamers are those who think things can go on indefinitely the way they are”
Dr. Cornell West
“I’ve been spiritually breakdancing on the way here”
The time of the stories of the new testament lies between two major events in the Middle East, the Maccabees revolt of the second century BC and the Roman-Jewish wars of the first and second centuries AD. Continue reading
An open letter to the Australian Christian non-violence movement.
Once a Jolly protester
camped by a helicopter
under the shade of total surveillance
And he spruiked and rode
and smashed his mattock on the Helicopter
Who’l come a tricycling Matilda with me
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