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~ by Melody Tan Nathan Brown is a writer and editor, based just out of Melbourne, Australia. He has written for a wide variety of publications in Australia and around the world, and is a regular contributor to the Faith House website. Nemesis Train could simply have been a notebook filled with the journey of […]

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~ by Nathan Brown, a writer and editor, based near Melbourne, Australia. He is the author of three books, including the novel Nemesis Train. As a believer—for present purposes, defined simply as one who believes—I have often wondered what and how I would believe differently had I been born into a family and culture with different […]

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~ by Nathan Brown, author, Editor (Signs of the Times, Australia / New Zealand) “One of my main efforts as a teacher has been to train people to say those (apparently difficult) words ‘we don’t know,’” commented Christian writer and long-time tutor at Oxford University, C S Lewis. Those “apparently difficult” words don’t come easily […]

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~ by Nathan Brown, author, Editor (Signs of the Times, Australia / New Zealand) One of the most common objections to faith in God is what people often refer to as the problem of pain. The question is how could pain exist–and particularly how can apparently good people suffer it–in a world ruled by a […]

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~ by Nathan Brown An article written for the Faith House website has been awarded by a Christian publication in Australia. “A Letter to the Three Friends I Wish I Had” by Roy Naden was awarded the Hindson Award for “Best devotional article” in Record in 2007. The article was originally posted on the Faith […]

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ENDORSEMENTS

On October 26, 2007 By

RECENT ENDORSEMENTS On behalf of Fr. Kennedy Roshi and the sangha at Morning Star Zendo, I extend a world of gratitude for the services you provide at Faith House. Fr. Kennedy expressed to me his delight at how [Bowie] facilitated [the October 28, 2009] program with Paul Knitter… He specifically mentioned that it began on time […]

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~ by Nathan Brown, author, Editor (Signs of the Times, Australia / New Zealand) Prayer is a lot like radio broadcasting. We sit alone—perhaps in a small room—and talk to the wall in the hope that someone, somewhere, is listening. Through a process and technology we barely understand we try to reach out to the […]

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~ by Nathan Brown, author, Editor (Signs of the Times, Australia / New Zealand) In Pascal’s Pensees the seventeenth-century French mathematician and philosopher proposed a suitably mathematical approach to faith. In a formulation that has come to be known as Pascal’s wager he suggests we can look at the truth of the God of Christianity […]

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