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THE SCHOLARLY SEARCH for Jesus of Nazareth can be likened to a cosmologist’s quest for the origins of the universe. Billions of years ago, an high-temperature explosion of super-dense matter occurred, the so-called ‘Big Bang’, giving rise to all that exists. The enormity of this split-second wonder makes investigation into
HOW SHALL WE describe the Christian Way? We are, each of us, apprentices of a master craftsman. A pattern of life entrusted to us through baptism. Like any apprentice, we need a mentor; and it is to Jesus of Nazareth we look for guidance and enlightenment if we wish to
Our Father, who is in heaven, let your name be made holy, let your kingdom come, let your will be done, as in heaven so also on earth. Give us this day the bread of Life. And release us from our debts, as we also have released our debtors. And
THEOLOGY as a discipline is not a Christian innovation. We know that there were Jewish theologians in first century Palestine, principally exegetes of Torah (Genesis – Deuteronomy). And although the body of rabbinic interpretative literature we possess comes from the second century and beyond (eg Mishnah, Talmud and Midrash), in