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Ian Paul

unless you think Daniel was written in 167 BC...

Doug Chaplin

And only if you're not Catholic or Orthodox


Jonny - just don't ever go to "dead silence." :)


what a fantastic theme. so wish i could be there.


just designed a youth worship service on the theme of Wait... showed the proost film wait.mov (i think it's from Proost)and made this video on 'waiting' as well: http://vimeo.com/8008722

good stuff! wish i could come to england to be a part!


Your religious provincialism is showing.

What about the Sacred Texts of all of the other Traditions of Humankind that existed on the planet at the time. The Upanishads and Vedas from India for instance--or of the Zoroastrians (who still exist)

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    where i come across creative ideas, liturgies, movies, music tracks, service outlines or anything that strikes me, i add them as worship tricks. i started these in april 2002 when i first began blogging and they have built up over the years so that i am now on the third series. this has proved a pretty popular feature of the blog.

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