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nucleus: summer 1995

Editorial

For those who are not terribly observant, this is not the new look Nucleus! Due to technical hitches, delays and lack of organisation, you will have to wait until the next issue. We also hope to welcome on board some of you who volunteered to help at the National CMF...

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Science and Religion

The Twentieth Century is, more than any before it, an age of science, where intricate theories of maths and physics are used in practice daily by all members of society. Paradoxically though, it is also increasingly an age of mysticism, of the search for hidden meanings, and of a subjective...

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A life precious to God

When I discovered I was pregnant, it was Christmas Eve. This was our first baby and the first grandchild. The excitement of the first kicks came at eighteen weeks exactly. On the Monday of Holy Week I grew anxious that the baby had not moved for some hours. My midwife...

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Dilemmas

Should we as Christians abstain from alcohol, or drink in moderation? The Bible has much to say on the subject of drinking alcohol. Jesus warns the disciples against drunkenness and getting caught up in life's worries, which distract them from watching for the end of the age and his return.[1] Paul,...

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Differential Diagnosis 12

Luke's history taking is again salient and clear; Elymas's vision suddenly became misty, blackness came over him and he groped around for some one to lead him. The speed of onset suggests a vascular cause, and the total visual loss implies a bilateral event. Cerebrovascular accident (CVA) of sufficient magnitude...

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Dionysius Dialogues - Responsibilities

Competing Demands Nitpickerus: Dionysius, I seem to remember you saying that we must obey all of God's commandments all the time regardless of what we perceive the consequences to be. Dionysius: Yes I do recall saying that.[1] God's laws are absolute. We can't pick and choose. Nitpickerus: But we can only...

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Know Your Bible 14

Answers King Josiah died during a battle with Pharaoh Nero of Egypt, after being shot by archers. (2 Ch 35:20-24) The father of Publius, chief official of Malta, was healed of fever and dysentery, when Paul, after prayer, laid hands on him. (Acts 28:7-10) An unnamed man, who had been an...

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The Power of Positive Living

Positive thinking appears on the surface very attractive and indeed in some ways seems Christian-especially if it is advocated by a noted Christian writer. However, looking deeper into the theology of this particular author (who is a good standard for any book on this subject), must make us realise that...

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Lemuel's Limericks

He rose to the top of his field His private convictions concealed By methods adept, his secrets he kept His true views were never revealed Being keen to avoid confrontation (Safeguarding his own reputation) By stealth he would try, through fib and white lie To sidestep perceived altercation Through carefully managed pretence (And nailing of flag to...

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