People of the Resurrection

16. May 2014

People of the Resurrection

It is not easy to live in the world and to live the life of the kingdom of God.
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08. May 2014

Job Vacancy at the Diocesan Office

Job Vacancy at the Diocesan Office
As our Diocese grows as an organisation in supporting our missions and ministry, the following positions are available at the Diocesan Office.
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01. July 2014

Lectionary - July 2014

The Lectionary provides daily readings for Holy Communion, Morning Prayer and Evening Prayer. Provision is made for Saints’ Days and other special days.
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06. June 2014

DCBS Old Testament Introduction 1: The Pentateuch

DCBS Old Testament Introduction 1: The Pentateuch
The first five books of Moses (in the Bible) are known as The Pentateuch. These books are foundational to our understanding of the Scripture, God’s plan, and the eventual unfolding of His promise. Creation, the fall of man, Abraham’s...
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04. June 2014

DCBS Old Testament Introduction 4: The Writings

DCBS Old Testament Introduction 4: The Writings
Are we wiser than our spiritual forebears in the Old Testament? Are we missing out on something fundamental when we are too occupied with the advancement of modern science and technology? C. S. Lewis, when contrasting the old and the new in The...
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04. June 2014

Diocesan Digest May 2014

Diocesan Digest May 2014
Read/Download the May 2014 issue of Diocesan Digest
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20. May 2014

Unspectacular orthodoxy, undogmatic Protestantism

Unspectacular orthodoxy, undogmatic Protestantism
It is a known fact that the Anglican Church is never strong in her dogmatics or systematic theology. It has been a source of frustration for many seeking for clarity of beliefs or a grid-system to work with. Our internal divisions are many. Tolerated...
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