Monthly Archives: December 2010

Matthew 2:1-12 – Nurturing the Parents

Last year an article in The Age indicates, according to Jacqueline Maley, reporting on an Age Nielson poll, ‘Australians are more religious than we might have thought.’ According to that poll ‘68 per cent of us believe in God or … Continue reading

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Christmas – washing away our stains

When I was at theological college, I studied two languages, biblical Hebrew and biblical Greek. I have to make the distinction of ‘biblical’ in regards to Hebrew and Greek, because the Hebrew from which our Old Testament is translated is … Continue reading

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Matthew 1:18-25 – Enabling Men of Faith

I wonder if we were to ask most people who were the central characters of the Christmas story, particularly the nativity. Certainly they would answer, baby Jesus, Mary, the Archangel, the angelic host, and the shepherds. They may incorrectly include … Continue reading

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