Monthly Archives: August 2011

The Theological Roots of The KAIROS Funding Fiasco: Lest We Forget

There hasn’t been much to indicate that funding to KAIROS will be restored anytime soon. KAIROS did submit another application for funds a few months back, as blogger “Bene Diction” points out, but has heard nothing. Other groups, such as … Continue reading

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Anglicans and Scientific Frontiers

Dr. Melanie Alexis O’Neill was not an Anglican, but was a deeply spiritual person who was also an explorer on the frontiers of scientific research. Dr. O’Neill’s life was tragically cut short last month and her colleagues at Simon Fraser … Continue reading

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The Transfiguration and the Mission of God: Luke 9: 28-36

Thomas Merton, renowned Trappist monk and author, observed that “we are living in a world that is absolutely transparent, and God is shining through it all the time.” That is the central truth of Luke’s account of the “Transfiguration”. That … Continue reading

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