A PRAYER OF REMEMBRANCE

11. November 2012, 10:29 | by WD Milner | Full Article | Comments

Gracious God, our help in ages past, our support in present times and our hope in years to come; in memory and in hope we come before you.

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FOR MEMORIAL DAY

30. May 2010, 15:35 | by WD Milner | Full Article | Comments

For Memorial Day the following prayer is offered: The Marine’s Prayer

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BIBLICAL PRINTING ERRORS

8. March 2009, 17:53 | by WD Milner | Full Article | Comments [2]

Over the centuries errors made when printing the Bible have occasionally crept into versions making them famous, or infamous. Mistakes in typesetting are not uncommon in any book and often attempts were made to recall the print run but as is usually the case not all erroneous copies are retrieved. These become rare and collectible over time, sometimes becoming worth considerable amounts of money. What follows is a list of some of the more notable versions of the Bible with printing errors.

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FINDING BIBLICAL BOOKS -TAKE TWO - THE SOLUTION

4. April 2008, 19:11 | by WD Milner | Full Article | Comments

Last month I posted another article with a puzzle paragraph in which were hidden the names of twenty-two books of the Bible. The solution follows for those who want to double check, or to find those they gave up on locating.

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FINDING BIBLICAL BOOKS - TAKE TWO

9. March 2008, 20:22 | by WD Milner | Full Article | Comments

A bit of interest was shown in the last hunt for books of the Bible in a paragraph so here is a sequel. The same rules apply and as before, I shall post the answers next month. Like the last one, the following “puzzle” may prove entertaining when you have a few spare minutes. Surprisingly it isn’t as easy as it first appears.

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A CHRISTMAS PRAYER

18. December 2007, 00:40 | by WD Milner | Full Article | Comments

A recent Christmas card serves as a reminded of the true meaning of Christmas.

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FINDING BIBLICAL BOOKS - THE SOLUTION

2. December 2007, 02:34 | by WD Milner | Full Article | Comments

Earlier this month I posted an article with a puzzle paragraph in which were hidden the names of thirty books of the Bible. The solution follows for those who want to double check, or to find those they gave up on locating.

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FINDING BIBLICAL BOOKS - A PUZZLE

12. November 2007, 17:03 | by WD Milner | Full Article | Comments

The following “puzzle” may prove entertaining. Surprisingly it isn’t as easy as it first appears.

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BOOK REVIEW: CELTIC CHRISTIAN COMMUNITIES

12. April 2007, 22:32 | by WD Milner | Full Article | Comments

A brief review of Celtic Christian Communities by Ian Bradley, Northstone Publishing, 255 pages, ISBN 1-896836-43-7.

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A MERRY AND BLESSED CHRISTMAS TO ALL!

19. December 2006, 16:36 | by WD Milner | Full Article | Comments

May the spirit of Christmas be with you and yours, now and always.

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THE DIVINE OFFICE

17. December 2006, 21:15 | by WD Milner | Full Article | Comments

The liturgical offices of the Church, which marked the daily and nocturnal passage of time in monasteries, were called “opus Dei”, the ‘work of God’ (not to be confused with the organisation of the same name), and constituted the major work of the monks.

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FIAT LUX

12. November 2006, 15:31 | by WD Milner | Full Article | Comments

I came across the following while looking for something on the web and the sheer "jabberwockyness" struck my fancy so I offer it here for your perusal.

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HALLOWEEN AGAIN

28. October 2006, 16:14 | by WD Milner | Full Article | Comments [1]

Halloween is a contraction of two words Hallow's Eve. All Hallow’s Eve is the evening vigil prior to the celebration of All Saints’ Day on November first in the Christian calendar. The celebration of a holiday on this day is far older however.

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REQUIESCAT IN PACE, BROTHER ROGER OF TAIZÉ

17. August 2005, 13:47 | by WD Milner | Full Article | Comments

Roger Shutz, the ninety plus year old founder of the Protestant monastic movement in Taizé, France was assassinated today, apparently by a Romanian woman, who is being held by the authorities.

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THEOLOGY MEETS TECHNOLOGY (Humour)

17. May 2003, 20:54 | by WD Milner | Full Article | Comments

I came across a couple of old computer humour files yesterday and as they are amusing I have posted them for perusal. The first one is about a good bit newer than the second which dates back to the 1970's.

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