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August 16th, 2012

What follows below is a response I typed out to a group of international interfaith professionals. The original query to me asked how I would achieve salvation and how I hope to save others if I do not accept Christ as my saviour given our fall from grace. There was more about morals, ethics and […]

New banners

April 18th, 2012

As we will soon be conducting public events around Brisbane, I have ordered some banners to put up outside the locations we use. This one was ordered a while back and has arrived… I was so impressed with it, I have ordered another one which is slightly different… Please tell us what you think by […]

Talking the Language

April 12th, 2012

A few friends have asked me recently about my terminology when talking to others. I sound very Christian a lot of the time, other times I could an animist amongst Aboriginal kinfolk, even a Buddhist monk in disguise. This is, I explain to them, one of the many skills of the modern Interfaith Minister. When […]

A Concept of God – Part 2

April 28th, 2009

In response to further questions on part 1 asked on the Study Circle forum. ———————— I guess I mustn’t have explained it as well as I had hoped. I do not believe GOD (the Universe/Creator) is interventionist. Man is interventionist, and he creates a concept of God (Man’s God) for himself to explain the unknown […]

A Concept of God – Part 1

April 28th, 2009

My concept of God is complex. In essence, God is the energy force that is every thought, every molecule, every part of every universe. This is something I often call the Primordial Mind (incorrectly so) because I lack another suitable name. It is everything that existed before and after the supposed big bang, and the […]

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