The Good Shepherd – Culture and Belonging

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  1. Christopher Rea   30th October 2015 at 12:14 pm

    Abouna – brilliant, many thanks. If I may, perspectives based on both bandwidth and depth + ‘eternal value & meaning, compromises/principles/barriers etc’. Perhaps engaging with pioneering archaeology such as the monumental ‘Cemeteries of Armant’ publication(s) is most likely a cohesive step forward towards connecting with ‘eternal value’, effecting a more integrated ‘spiritual’ phylogeny?


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