Tag Archives: Messiah

The Temple v Jesus of Nazareth – 2

Int        You said in your replies yesterday that the activities of Jesus bar Joseph and his followers had  — if I may put it this way — “crossed a line” as far as the Sanhedrin was concerned and that simply … Continue reading

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Annunciation — 2

I WANTED to continue the theme of the Annunciation because the words of Gabriel give us an insight into the mind of God and the meaning of eternity and infinity. Let us clear up one misunderstanding first. There are those … Continue reading

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Thoughts for Lent— 1

THE TEMPTATION of Our Lord raises a whole series of questions which very often we don’t bother to answer though looking below the surface can be quite rewarding. Let us have a look. The first question we perhaps ought to … Continue reading

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This is the day ….

WE HAVE LEARNED how the Old Testament presages the New. We know now that the Patriarchs were to be seen as “precursors” of the Messiah. Christ has indeed been referred to as “a second Adam” or “a second Moses”. The … Continue reading

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No room at the inn

  RECENT exploration of an unidentified (for security reasons) site in the Middle-East is alleged to have uncovered scrolls which appear to date from around the first century AD and would seem to be records of interviews with local people … Continue reading

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