Living as I now do in the UK, I have noticed that religious people here are very different from religious people from my homeland of Ireland. The various forms of Christians I meet here seem to have a very positive perspective on their chosen faiths, even the Catholics. This has puzzled me for a while, but I think it is down to two primary factors. But first, you may be wondering why I am puzzled. It rests in the fact that these people are around my age and are true believers, and I would normally expect people my age and younger to be more tepid in their faith, if not agnostic or atheist.
- ‘Life in the United Kingdom’, a Criticism: Part 2
- ‘Life in the United Kingdom’, a Criticism: Part 1
- Wordgames – Why ‘belief’ and ‘non-belief’ are not true opposites
- Which are you? Liberator or oppressor?
- Comparative Contexts: From Stars, to Humans, to Faith
- A Tale of Two Catholicisms
- How to Survive a PhD
- Fwuzzerip, a ‘proof’ of Faith
- The Tedium of Skyrim
- Reflections on St Patrick’s Day
Divisions of Endeavours
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