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Samuel Thambusamy

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Samuel Thambusamy is a PhD candidate with the Oxford Center for Religion and Public Life.
For me to live is Christ and to die is gain (Philippians 1:21) The Church at Philippi sent gifts to Apostle Paul through Epaphroditus (4:18). The Church was the earliest to establish a partnership with Paul and showed eagerness to...
Genesis 12: 10 – 20 Sam Thambusamy reflects on Abraham’s migrant life in Egypt (Gen. 12: 10 – 20). When they reached Egypt, Sarah was taken to Pharaoh’s house (v15). Sarah could not voice her protest. Abraham was...
God created us for relationships. Three ‘things’: Soil, Breath of life, and the rib in the Genesis account of Creation highlight the connectedness with God, the world around us and with others. “Soil”, “Breath of life” and “rib” in the story are illustrative of the inter-relatedness we have with the World, God and with other humans.
Jesus’ life, death and resurrection is a fascinating story of God’s love. This life-changing story has been (re) told for the last 2000 years. In fact, followers of Jesus ( in every generation) have been “Story keepers”. They have...