An evangelical looks for signs of one, holy, catholic and apostolic church in the Anglican Communion. Apparently the signs are there if one searches diligently ...
Um, er, how is this different from your Sunday sermons, Peter?Andy C
I like to think I am slightly less boring when I can move around, establish rapport with the congregation, etcAnd not be interrupted by Dante and his nusic group :)
Not dull at all - complex ideas encapsulated with deceptive simplicity. Well done - more please.
I don't think you were boring at all, Peter! Quite interesting, and briefly put. I lean more towards Universalism/Eastern theology. (You probably would have guessed as much).What was particularly interesting for me was to hear you speak. You sound very Australian!Kurt HillBrooklyn, NY
Thank you for kind comments, Kurt and Pageantmaster.Come to think about it, perhaps I am the least boring Australian theologian :)
Come on, bro. Keep your flet vowels, your hurutical views about heell and your heevy mutul music on your side of the Tesmen, please :)
Thank goodness, Andrew, when God destined people to Australia and to NZ, the ones with a sense of humour came to the east side of the Ditch :)
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