Flying over the Pacific, I winced to overhear the conversation unfolding behind me. A young lady was explaining, “I did believe in God. But after getting sick and almost dying […]
To climb, or not to climb: that is the question. At least that’s the question my tour group recently faced while standing before this giant red rock at the centre of my country: Uluru. We were in a bind. It was a showdown between the interconnected spirituality of Tjukurpa, and the ascendent secularity of Tourists. But had we missed something in the race to the top?
Why did God allow this evil act? I don’t know. But if God suffers with us to forge a perfect paradise out of this mess, offering his life to save undeserving people, I guess it is ok not to know.
It’s a strange thing that, as followers of Jesus, we are dwellers in a story. Religion is often conceived and described as ideology or a philosophy or an ethical system […]
Ballroom dancing must be the western culture’s last bastion of patriarchy. A few months ago Nikki (my wife) and I ticked off our to-do-list by taking up dancing. Like most […]
Eager to revisit or catch up with some missed insights of 2015? Here’s today’s food-for-thought with the most read Wondering Fair posts in 2015. 1. My Little Ponies Makeover by Jessica Hughes […]
I’ll let you in on a little family secret: my wife is one of those people. You know, the people who would listen to Christmas music all year round, set […]