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Handel’s Messiah: A Bird’s-eye View

Making of a Cultural Classic 277 years ago, a prodigious German composer resident in England and writing in Dublin wrote a work in two weeks’ white heat of inspiration Dublin which has gained something approaching immortality in the pantheon of Western Music.  The man was Georg Friedrich Händel, and the work was The Messiah. Year after year,… Keep Reading

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Struggle for Power in the early Church. Would there be a Christianity as we know it without Paul?

What takes a man who prosecuted followers of Jesus Christ to become His champion?  All changed for Saul (Great one) on the road to Damascus when he was struck blind by the heavenly light with the voice of the risen Jesus speaking to him: ‘Saul, Saul why are you persecuting me?’ This was the crucial… Keep Reading

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