An interview with Angela Middleton (Group Chair and Founder, MiddletonMurray)

Thought Leaders Series: 2018 Following the launch of our TED-Ed Club which kicks of in Sept this year, I received requests for information about Healingsprings fellowship and my background. This podcast is part of a series of interviews with politicians, business leaders, and professionals on their career journey by Group Chair and founder of MiddletonMurray, …

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TED-Ed Club (Sundays, September 2nd – November 25th 2018)

Today @ Healingsprings fellowship Goldin (2014) defines human capital as the stock of knowledge, habits, social and personality attributes, including creativity, embodied in the ability to perform labour so as to produce economic value. This is pertinent because the main thrust of Healingsprings fellowship is human capital development. In other words, helping people harness and …

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Moral Critique of the Book of Exodus_3

Today @ Healingsprings fellowship “They fashioned a tomb for thee, O holy and high one The Cretans, always liars, evil beasts, idle bellies! But thou art not dead: thou livest and abidest forever, For in thee we live and move and have our being.” — Epimenides, Cretica, (6th-century BC philosopher) Epimenides was not a Christian, in …

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Christian doctrines

Thought Leaders Series: 2018 There are three major areas in Christianity: God (a large part of our understanding of this concept emerges from the Text we commonly refer to as the Old Testament), Jesus (sources include the Gospels and writings, mostly in the Texts we commonly refer to as the New Testament), and the Doctrines …

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A Moral Critique of the Book of Exodus

Today @ Healingsprings fellowship Last week I noted that the Book of Exodus is problematic. And that it promotes a sense of entitlement which byproducts include: nationalism, colonialism, slavery, unfair trade, exploitation, genocide, and religious wars. No matter which angle we treat the Text from, we are still faced with these problems. Hence Prior argues …

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