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Alex Tang
paediatrican, lay spiritual and practical theologian, spiritual director, Bible teacher, educator
paediatrican, lay spiritual and practical theologian, spiritual director, Bible teacher, educator
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One Sick Woman and One Dead Girl:
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The Life and Times of Martin Luther:The man who accidentally sparked off a Reformation
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Life and Times of Martin Luther; A brief reflection on the man who accidentally started a Reformation
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Blogging on Spiritual Formation on the Run
I will not be updating this blog. I will continue to blog at Spiritual Formation on the Run                       < draltang.wordpress.com> Please enjoy my previous posts. The new site will include all the posts from this blog and be updated regularly with ...
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A Son's Ode to His Father
(1927-2017) You walked with youthful steps, resounding to a hopeful future, supporting me as I learn to walk, looking up I see a giant of the land. You struggle uphill in halting steps, against prejudice and bigotry, discouraged but never beaten, bettering ...
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Reading at x1.5 Speed
I am a strong advocate that
while we can live busy lives we do not have to live hurried one. Technology is
to be embraced to make our lives better, it does not make us its slave. There
are many ways to read a book. As a famous British philosopher Sir Roger ...
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The Christ-Centered Doctor
The Christ Centered
Doctor Monash CSJB Christian
Fellowship 10 Feb 2017 What is in the center of our lives determines our worldview or how we
view the world. It influences what we perceive and how we react to this
perspective. It determines the ways in whic...
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Supper with Emmaus
Supper at Emmaus A wonderful painting of the scene at Emmaus where the two travellers recognised Jesus as the Resurrected Christ (Luke 24:13-32) is a favourite theme of Rembrandt. He frequently returned to this scene in his sketches and paintings. This oil ...
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