Monthly Archives: December 2010

Friday Frivolity: Joy To The World!

Spread the joy!

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Which father are you?

A few years ago, even before I even really knew the Early Church Fathers, I took the quiz “Which Church Father Are You?“.  I took it again yesterday and got the same answer I got the first time around: “You’re … Continue reading

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Servant Leadership

The notion of leadership recently came up in discussion and the question was asked: What qualities make for a good leader? If you go into a secular bookshop today you will find a large number of books which attempt to explain … Continue reading

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Friday Frivolity: Happy Hanukkah

Yesterday was the end of the Hanukkah/Chanukah, the eight-day Jewish “Festival of Lights” which commemorates the rededication of the Temple in Jerusalem after the Maccabean revolt.  I thought it therefore appropriate to share with you this little gem for this … Continue reading

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Early Church Fathers, Love & Romance

Yesterday’s post was rather long, so I’ll keep this one nice and short. After the Office Christmas Party this weekend one of my coworkers, Kevin, and his girlfriend got engaged.  This put me in mind of two of my favourite quotations … Continue reading

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Daughters Of The King

The regularity of my posts in recent times has been pretty lamentable, but at least I can now finally explain why.  Much of my time over the last couple of months has been taken up with preparations for “Daughters Of … Continue reading

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