Christmas Traditions

I have always wondered how some of the Christmas traditions came into being. Hence I was¬†pleasantly¬†surprise to find a good piece of article in the in-flight magazine of AirAsia which explains the origin of some of the Christmas practices. The following is a selected list of answers I get from the article: The Christmas Wreath: … Continue reading Christmas Traditions

Review of ‘Pagan Christianity’ at Amazon

I have finally written a short review for Pagan Christianity?: Exploring the Roots of Our Church Practices at Amazon. It is published in full below: Good Summary but needs to Look Deeper and Wider! This book is a good resource for anyone who wonders why and how some of the current practices in the church … Continue reading Review of ‘Pagan Christianity’ at Amazon

Private Truth = No Truth At All

'A private truth for a limited circle of believers is no truth at all. Even the most devout faith will sooner or later falter and fail unless those who hold it are willing to bring it into public debate and to test it against experience in every area of life. If the Christian faith about … Continue reading Private Truth = No Truth At All

Revivalism = Pagan Christianity?

My previous review on Pagan Christianity?: Exploring the Roots of Our Church Practices highlighted the need for works like this to be aware of the cultural context of the historical period involved before making any judgement. One of the mistakes in which 'Pagan Christianity' made is to draw conclusion on the effect of the revivalist … Continue reading Revivalism = Pagan Christianity?