Elohay Selichot: The God who forgives

Frequent readers will attest I’m a big advocate of examining the ideologies we hold. How and what we think is initially a product of nurture and environment. Unsurprisingly, some of those ideologies will be faulty. As such, we must do the intellectual work of examining and editing our beliefs constantly because they ultimately determine the …

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Swimming against the current

Like so many, I battle with the images that have inundated our screens in recent days and weeks. Anyone who doesn’t believe in evil should watch images of one man kneeling on another’s neck as he pleads for breath and cries for his mother, while his life slowly ebbs away. Or watch images of corpses …

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What does Easter mean for you?

At Easter, we commemorate an event which has only happened once in the history of the world. 2000 years ago, Jesus of Nazareth was gruesomely tortured and killed. However, 3 days later, He rose from the dead. Jesus, after His resurrection, appeared to more than 500 people over 40 days. In some cases, He even …

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