Monthly Archives: August 2006

Hold Ontario Liberals to their promise


On page two of Monday’s Record there was this article, “89-year-old loses home to fraudster.”  The Records says, “Paul Reviczky, who fled Hungary in 1957 to escape Communist persecution, is one of the latest homeowners to discover that Ontario law … Continue reading

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Final sections from my 1988 Lenten Journey


10. Who is this Word that spoke by the prophets and became incarnate in the man Jesus Christ? The Word is an eternal idea like the personification of wisdom in the Old Testament. As the active agent of God, the … Continue reading

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More items from my 1988 Lenten journey


These are my personal thoughts; I am not trying to convert anyone.  I was, in 1988, trying to clarify my own beliefs; something like what the early Quacker, Isaac Pennington did when he wrote down his thoughts in The Inward … Continue reading

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Auto workers sever ties with New Democrats


I read the Regina Manifesto in 1958 and have to admit to voting for the NDP more often than not.  I also read George Grant’s Lament for a Nation in the 1960s. I think  of myself as an old CCFer … Continue reading

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Indian Restaurants in Waterloo Region


I tasted my first curry in 1963, my first year at U of T. I was on a date and we were looking for some where to eat before taking in a movie.  We passed by a just opened India … Continue reading

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More thoughts of a Christian layman Contined 5-7


5. Jesus Christ, to be able to redeem us, must have been fully human. To be fully human, as all the Gospels insist he is, Jesus must have two human parents. The New Testament states that Christ is "in all … Continue reading

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More thoughts of a Christian layman


Before I go any further with this I should state that these are personal thoughts and though I call myself an Anglican, they do not represent the position of my church. They were first written down during Lent of 1988 … Continue reading

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