I'm a Protestant Christian who attends Church in the Church of England, Anglican, Tradition, and religiously I am quite conservative and traditional, for which reason I also attend Catholic Church Services from time to time and respect their great reverence for the Christian Tradition, however, I don't believe in praying to saints, I believe that anyone who puts their trust in Jesus is made a saint by virtue of their faith, so I enjoy Catholic Church Services and find I am committed to the Church of England and Protestant Doctrine. Furthermore, I am impressed to see the Catholic Church doing Good Works in the Community and would like to thank St Vincent De Paul for their support in Social Welfare and Music Recording, especially for recording all tracks on the Studio Recordings page and mastering a couple of those tracks at Studios 301 for a forthcoming CD to raise money for Vinnies. Religiously I'm a Trinitarian believer wherein I believe Jesus Christ is the Incarnation of God, who was Born of the Virgin Mary, miraculously healed many people and suffered for humanity to restore the broken relationship between mankind and God, destroying the barrier of hostility between mankind and God. I often Pray the Lord's Prayer, sometimes at the Catholic Church where I can also light a candle, and am learning the Lord's Prayer, the Our Father, in Old Icelandic (Old Norse) and Gothic. At this stage I can almost recite the whole prayer in Old Norse and a couple of sentences in Gothic. I am interested in Germanic and Asian languages; English language and literature, Icelandic and Old Norse language and literature, Gothic language and the Gothic Bible, Korean literature, Japanese language, the Chinese alphabet, and Thai language because I am sponsoring a Child in Thailand through Compassion Australia. I am a qualified tradesman who has also worked in IT (Computer Technology) for a number of years, for the Australian Bible Society for a couple of days, and as a Cleaner for a Company of Men from the Islamic Community for around half a year and can honestly say they were nice to work for. I enjoy recording and composing music and writing poetry of which is posted in many pages to this website and provided for you to enjoy freely. I have been diagnosed with a mental illness that has somewhat disabled me from some aspects of life for most of my adult life. Nonetheless, I continue to have faith, record music and write poetry. I have posted links to Thenceforward, Neurosis & Tribes of Neurot, and Wendy O Matik who features in some tracks of Neurosis & Tribes of Neurot (Prayer & Under the Surface / Grace 3), simply because I am impressed with their musicianship. Their music is quite hard and while I don't consider myself to be hardcore, Hardcore as a genre of music is good, and one of the best Christian Hardcore albums in my opinion is Strongarm, their second album The Advent of a Miracle.
God bless, or as they say in Iceland, bless bless.