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Duncan Macleod on faith and culture



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Comment on Growing Through Temptation on Purpose by Chimezie

Wed, 02 Aug 2017 20:42:06 +0000

Good message and God bless.



Comment on The Lord is my Pace Setter – Psalm 23 for Busy People by Keith Madhu Gammon

Thu, 01 Jun 2017 13:26:43 +0000

When I think , that's all I can take , I take a break, and know that is from Him my Pace Maker and Pace Setter.. thank you for sharing this adaptation. Truly. my Shepherd knows my every need.. I shall not want, I shall not fear , for it is He who teaches me how to live.



Comment on Madonna of the Rocks Painting in Da Vinci Code by apxdc

Tue, 09 May 2017 10:28:43 +0000

Taylor argues that the London painting fulfils the requirements of the commission of 1483 in terms of iconography, and that the iconography of the Louvre painting indicates that it was painted for an entirely different clientele, and gives it a date in the 14.



Comment on Madonna of the Rocks Painting in Da Vinci Code by Olatunbosun

Wed, 05 Apr 2017 11:22:58 +0000

Really Dan Brown's novel make for nice reading. A fast action thriller, one of d best I've read since Jeffrey Archer's books But wat I don't like s f u will jus do a little research u will discover tht most of Dan Brown's facts were in fact falsehood. The authors who wrote some of d books he drew his facts from (Eg, Les Dossiers Secrete, Holy Blood, Holy Grail, etc) already declared their works as falsehoods or uncertain. Dan Brown was in fact taken to course by on of this authors he claims support his premise. so, I'm nt sayn u should bliv one or d other, jus have your facts before making a decision. Google can help u do tht



Comment on Madonna of the Rocks Painting in Da Vinci Code by Olatunbosun

Wed, 05 Apr 2017 11:22:10 +0000

Really Dan Brown's novel make for nice reading. A fast action thriller, one of d best I've read since Jeffrey Archer's A matter of Honour, But wat I don't like s f u will jus do a little research u will discover tht most of Dan Brown's facts were in fact falsehood. The authors who wrote some of d books he drew his facts from (Eg, Les Dossiers Secrete, Holy Blood, Holy Grail, etc) already declared their works as falsehoods or uncertain. Dan Brown was in fact taken to course by on of this authors he claims support his premise. so, I'm nt sayn u should bliv one or d other, jus have your facts before making a decision. Google can help u too



Comment on Madonna of the Rocks Painting in Da Vinci Code by Olatunbosun

Wed, 05 Apr 2017 11:19:58 +0000

maybe who knows? But f u will jus do a little research u will discover tht most of Dan Brown's facts were in fact falsehood. The authors who wrote some of d books he drew his facts from (Eg, Les Dossiers Secrete, Holy Blood, Holy Grail, etc) already declared their works as falsehoods or uncertain. Dan Brown was in fact taken to course by on of this authors he claims support his premise. so, I'm nt sayn u should bliv one or d other, jus have your facts before making a decision. Google can help u too



Comment on The Lord is my Pace Setter – Psalm 23 for Busy People by Marilyn Botwood

Fri, 24 Feb 2017 05:40:22 +0000

Duncan, I have been trying to find any information about Toki Miyashina but have had no luck. Are you able to tell me when he wrote/adapted Psalm 23? We have a very old hand written version of the adapted Psalm signed by the writer and have often wondered how it came about. Your help in solving our puzzle would be most appreciated. Regards Marilyn Botwood Lakeside Church



Comment on Madonna of the Rocks Painting in Da Vinci Code by Wisehart

Tue, 10 Jan 2017 20:55:09 +0000

I don't understand why people can't see that DaVinci painted twins! Urial hid one! There is more in this painting too.



Comment on On Assembling in Perth by michael cooke

Sun, 30 Oct 2016 02:27:04 +0000

Hi Duncan, We had a lovely church service here in chch today where we were encouraged to think about people who have been a part of our life journey - an image of you (probably originally from a photo) came rushing into my head, so I've looked you up. Funnily enough that was at a youth assembly at a amazing marae in Wellington '96 I think. I still remember you being so welcoming and looking out for me as a quiet 21 year old. I hope I am the same to my own youth groupers - thanks and with appreciation,



Comment on Othello 1995 by Andrew Deakin

Sun, 24 Jul 2016 14:27:29 +0000

One interpolation in the film was particularly interesting: in the scene at the end of the play (& film), after Desdemona's murder has been revealed to everyone, Cassio slips Othello a dagger, and they exchange looks clearly intended to imply that both know that Othello has no choice but to kill himself. This gives added weight to Iago's final comment, "What you know, you know," which in this context can be read as suggesting directly to Othello that his susceptibility to Iago's deceptions has revealed substantial flaws in Othello's character, making it impossible for Othello to continue to live honourably. He and Cassio, as military men, know that death is the only option, and, nobly, Othello kills himself. In the play, Othello's suicide is by a dagger that he had himself concealed, and Cassio is a relatively passive onlooker. This alteration to the play's ending is substantial, and gives the filmgoer unfamiliar with the play a quite different take on Othello's death. Another substantial interpretation manifest in the film is a suggestion (or so it seemed to me) that there is something almost unseemly in Othello's and Desdemona's public displays of affection, particularly in the scene showing their reunion on Cyprus. The onlookers are depicted watching on with a mixture of embarrassment and slight nausea, with a hint of distaste at the inter-racial nature of the pairing. Again, this seemed to me to be a significant variation to the play (at least as read relatively straightly).