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No Hell. Pastor Rob Bell: What if Hell Doesn’t Exist?

25th Apr 2011 - 09:41pm News Clips
I am not as liberal as Rob Bell, I believe Hell does exist, but it is only reserve for truly evil people like Mao Tse Dong or Muammar Gaddafi (maybe George W. Bush too). I definitely won’t agree only Christians can go to heaven and everybody…

B.C. priest lands snowboarding PhD

5th Mar 2011 - 01:44am News Clips
I have been saying skiing nurture my spirituality for many years. Finally there is some theology proof from an Anglican priest with his Ph.D thesis on spiritually in snowboarding.CBC News, Mar 4, 2011 Thesis examines connection between spirituality…

Who is a Jews? Court Ruling in Britain Raises Question

11th Nov 2009 - 01:35pm News Clips
I once asked my Israeli colleague, is Jewish a religion or a race, as a Jew himself, he doesn’t know the answer. If a Chinese school admits only Chinese students, I am sure it will sued by the government. However, it is OK for a Christian school…

Unleashing the Counter-Reformation

2nd Nov 2009 - 10:35pm News Clips
I am looking forward to the day when the Catholic Church lift the celibacy requirement of priests. Maybe I could become a priest as my second career when I am bored working as an engineer.…

Religion, human rights and the meaning of freedom

18th Apr 2009 - 01:10am News Clips
Defaming is to falsely accuse against something, but religion matters can not be proved true or false.  Therefore, in theory no one can defame religions.  Moreover, it is our basic human rights to criticize some stupid or evil religions.…

Ordination of deacon

11th Jun 2005 - 10:23pm Daily Scribble
It has been a long day today. I had to wake up early in the morning to attend the ordination of deacon ceremony of Br. Anthony Ho at the Holy Rosary Cathedral in downtown. I have to pick up Pat and her friends as well. It was so rush that I don’t…

rapture

8th May 2005 - 12:46am Daily Scribble
Tonight’s Simpsons episode is really hilarious by making fun of the concept of rapture commonly believed among evangelist Christians. In the episode, Homer walked into a theater and saw one of those left below (mocking the left behind…

surrender to God

1st May 2005 - 12:02am Daily Scribble
Today is the first faith session organized by the Archdiocese of Vancouver for everyone going to the World Youth Day. Out of my surprise, everyone form our parish team went to the session, and we were probably the biggest group there. The session…

wash feet

24th Mar 2005 - 11:59pm Daily Scribble
Today is the day before easter friday, according to the Bible, tonight is when the last supper took place. I went to the passover mass at St. Marks college in UBC tonight. On top of the usual rituals, there is a feet washing event in the mass. I had…