I managed to stay up until nearly the very bitterest of ends last night; the night that my adopted country voted to become something I never imagined it could be. When I awoke this morning, my social media feed was awash with pain, tears, disbelief, shaken markets and a resigning Prime Minister. In the midst … More Is God Fazed?
We passed through a security check and walked through the wooden tunnel construction towards the Temple Mount. Looking down I caught a glimpse of the Western Wall, where men and women prayed, men occupying the greater part, women crushed in behind a fence. Later we would see mothers standing on a bench straining to see … More How dare we?!
It is hard to believe that it is already more than a week since I was in the home of a Palestinian Christian family in the West Bank. As part of our tour we were connected with several families who hosted us for a meal with their families, and talked about what life is like … More The Turtle of Peace
I wrote this article for the Valley Harvester, a local newspaper. It is an introduction to the matter of meaning, edited down significantly from the friendly debate I had with Dr. Paul Abela at Acadia in March. A taxi driver in London had Bertrand Russell in his cab. Russell was the most famous philosopher of his … More What’s it all about?