Tag Archives: Christianity

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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The Church Universal

‘catholic’ is from the Greek ‘katholou’ meaning, ‘as a whole’. So when Anglicans talk about being part of one, holy, catholic, and apostolic church, that’s one of the things they mean… we are part of the whole. It was interesting … Continue reading

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Dickensian England here we come

Not much on my mind these past few days except for the reforms to the welfare budget. Christ is Risen… he is risen indeed… But now we are come again to a point in history, not unlike the 1830s and … Continue reading

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Christ is Risen…

This morning, I was up at 3.40am in order to be outside the Church at 4.40 am, before dawn to begin the Easter Vigil. There in the garden outside, the Easter fire was lit, we gathered silently around it in … Continue reading

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Heaven and Hell

Yesterday a Christian friend was talking about forgiveness and today a non-religious friend asked me whether I thought a particular public figure would go to heaven or hell and it made me think… If I were in charge of the … Continue reading

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