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Free to Be Yourself

By Jérôme Grandet Tranlation Louise Thunin I like pop culture, heavy metal/hardcore and rap. I mainly read mangas, science fiction and comics. In these art forms I find my inner resources. I play the beatbox and bass. I don’t care ...

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Law

By Gilles Castelnau translation Louise Thunin When a man sells his daughter as a slave, she shall not go out as the male slaves do (…) He shall have no right to sell her to a foreign people. (Exodus 1 : ...

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My Poor Fellow… My Heaven!

By Emmanuel Argaud Translation Louise Thunin ”Would you happen to have ten cents ? Please, I’m hungry.“ Beyond the imposed communication barrier which makes us suspicious of one another in spite of ourselves, I felt drawn to the supplication of ...

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Theodore Beza, poet

Pierre-Olivier Léchot translation Canon Tony Dickinson Pierre-Olivier Léchot invites us here to rediscover “Calvin’s Successor”, the austere elder whose severe gaze even today intimidates the passers-by who linger at the “Wall of the Reformers” in Geneva. Yet he was a ...

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Healings, hidden and unveiled

Agnès Adeline-Schaeffer Translation Tony Dickinson (Mark 5:21-34) Here are two stories of healing so closely linked that one is embedded in the other. This is the story of a man’s supplication to Jesus for his daughter, interrupted by the intervention ...

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God’s Gardeners

Henri Persoz Translation Tony Dickinson (Luke 13:6-9) This story of the barren fig tree carries within it some fundamental questions, which are resolved today no better than they were 2000 years ago. Christianity will always have something to say about ...

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The naked young man

Jacques Juillard Translation Tony Dickinson Mark 14.50 What is this young man doing in this relentless narrative where every detail carries meaning? Further on, at the empty tomb, another young man appears. Or is it the same one? He was ...

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The Plague by Albert Camus

by Laurent Gagnebin translation Louise Thunin This year the media have widely celebrated the sixtieth anniversary of the death of Albert Camus (1913-1960). The Covid-19 pandemic has led many people to read or reread The Plague (1947). It reminds us ...

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MYSTICISM

By Frédéric Fournier Translation Louise Thunin A mystic is a person usually viewed pejoratively in Protestantism. According to their critics, a mystic is a person who wants to reach God by his own strength and the use of spiritual exercises. ...

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