Monthly Archives: December 2013

Nativity, Historicity and Atheistic Simplification

Over the years, I grew to respect Christopher Hitchens, and was very much affected when he died.  It is an intriguing dilemma when one finds so much to value in a person, whilst utterly rejecting his or her polemic.  For … Continue reading

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Supper at Emmaus

I have always been intrigued by one of the (many) encounters with the risen Christ, this one narrated by Luke (Luke 24:13-35), concerning the seemingly random encounter between Jesus and these two would-be followers on the road to Emmaus. I … Continue reading

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