Tag Archives: Christ

The Bread of Life

This reflection below is actually the sermon I preached yesterday at our Harvest service… a visitor thought it might be useful to other people – I’m not so sure, as I think that the Holy Spirit does a lot of … Continue reading

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Non-religious Society

An article by published yesterday on the Huffingtonpost by Andrew Copson . Comments that it’s about time Britain accepted that it’s no longer a Christian country. And I’ve begun to think he’s probably right. Not especially because he quotes a figure of … Continue reading

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Hope Incarnate

I can’t really write about other people specifically. It’s a kind of code I have, part instinctive and part logical. People are sacred, and their lives are sacred, and just as I wouldn’t publish a photo of them online or draw … Continue reading

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Non-competitive Ethics

I have been reading several books by Rafe Esquith, who is a teacher in Los Angeles. All three books say basically the same things – and reveal that being a good educator in difficult circumstances is not rocket science – … Continue reading

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A Covert Reformation?

Just a reflection: With thanks to J H Newman… a new tract for these times? I am just a fellow priest like you, so I am not going to broadcast my name, in case my person distracts from the subject … Continue reading

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A Merry Dance?

Right since the beginning, well at least since they were kicked out of the synagogues, the gatherings of followers of Christ have tried to organise themselves, and often made a bit of a hash of this. I’m always cheered up … Continue reading

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God is with the suffering

God is with the outsider. For a long time, gods were emblems of tribes and groups – totems who represented strengths and fears of a community; in wartime they provided a common figurehead to fight under, and in peacetime they … Continue reading

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