Grateful by Diana Butler Bass (Harper One 2018) Rob Roi Most of us claim feeling gratitude on a regular basis, … Continue reading Practising gratitude
The Universal Christ, by Richard Rohr Convergent, 2019 Rob Roi Whether we agree with his teachings or not, Fr. Richard … Continue reading Christ is more than Jesus’ last name
The Living Diet, by Martha Tatarnic Church Publishing Incorporated New York, 2019 Allison Lynn “We have an eating disorder.” With … Continue reading Jesus, food and a way of life – Eating played a powerful role in the shared journey of Jesus and his followers.
God Is Not a Christian, Nor a Jew, Muslim, Hindu … God Dwells With Us, in Us, around Us, as … Continue reading Who is the true God?
Why Religion? A Personal Story (Harper Collins, 2018) Rob Roi About 30 years ago I began to have questions and … Continue reading Exploring an eternal question
Not In God’s Name; Confronting Religious Violence Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, Schocken Books, New York (2015) Reviewed by Rob Roi … Continue reading The problem and the solution
Science takes things apart to see how they work, while religion puts things together to see what they mean. The … Continue reading The difference between science and religion
Shaking Parkinson’s, by Eleanor Johnston (Michael Terence Publishing, 2017) Hollis Hiscock I decided to review Eleanor’s novel because my father … Continue reading A novel parable with a story message
by Robert Hurkmans In the May 2018 Niagara Anglican there was a review of John Shelby Spong’s latest book, Unbelievable. … Continue reading Spong’s advice is dangerously misleading
Learning to Walk in the Dark Barbara Brown Taylor (HarperCollins, 2015) by Rob Roi “Christianity has never had anything nice … Continue reading A way to let darkness teach us what we need to know