Monthly Archives: May 2014

Do the obvious to get what you want!

There is a host of reasons why people don’t get what they want. Some of these reasons are legitimate, while some are not. Most of the time when people let go of what they want, it is because they think … Continue reading

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What might happen after hudud

PAS and its Pakatan Rakyat partners have been rather quiet this last week over the hudud issue. According to news reports the reason is the Bukit Gelugor and Teluk Intan parliamentary by-elections on May 25 and 31 respectively. The reports … Continue reading

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Hudud vis a vis minority interests

I wonder if I am one of only a small number of people who are greatly disturbed by the prospect of hudud in Malaysia. Malaysia’s Islamic party, PAS, plans to introduce two Private Member’s Bills in Parliament to implement hudud … Continue reading

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Rooting for a new kind of spiritual leader

When we talk about The Church, we often associate it with the building, the institution. While the building and the institution are necessary to manage the community and to lend credibility to Christianity, it should be obvious that by “The … Continue reading

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The miracle of redeeming grace

I am in the Book of Acts and made an observation on something the apostle Paul said to the Ephesian elders he had summoned to Miletus before he went on to Jerusalem not knowing what dangers lay ahead except that … Continue reading

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