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Relationality — Thoroughly Interesting, Thoroughly Robust

Alan Jones has now finished his four-part introductory series to relationality (a philosophy of everything). I feel where Alan is going with relationality is fantastic. He’s really putting it all together and producing a thoroughly robust way of looking at things. Admittedly, it’s an ambitious project, but very rewarding too. I wanted to put the …

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Community Group Starts Thursday – ANYONE welcome!

(A picture of the Sandton Towers) We’re launching our first community group on Thursday in Sandton. Anyone is welcome to the group. We’re Christians and the group will focus around Christianity, but the less Christian you are the more welcome you are (well, not that Christians aren’t welcome either, of course!). Really. We want the …

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Knowledge and Philosophy Could Never Lead to Joy Themselves

Over the years I’ve learned a lot about philosophy and theology. And, although there are others that know more than me (of course), I could tell you a few things, I’m sure. I could tell you about Spinoza, Aristotle, Plato, Kant, Epicurus, Hobbes, Nietzsche, Kierkegaard, Marx, Descartes and a couple of other famous names. I …

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