Jools Hamilton is a Methodist minister, currently working as Student Chaplain to Trinity college Dublin.
He loves God, life, his work, the Irish rugby team, fine dining with great friends, and a great nights craic – in the totally Irish sense.
He can cook a mean peppered chicken, he rides bikes, he loves music, and he has been known to cry at stunning shows, moving movies and bad–ass books.
Sunday 1st September 2019 @ 12:17 pm
What do you think?
What a silly question! Or, rather Alan Jacobs tells us in his book ‘How to Think’, “there is no such thing as thinking for yourself.”
He uses the story of Helen Phelps–Roper, (posted yesterday in full to provide a lead in to these few observations) to remind us as humans that, “To think, to dig into the foundations of our beliefs is a risk, and perhaps a tragic risk. There are no guarantees that it will make us happy or even give us satisfaction”
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