God, the world and us
Poems for justice
How the ancient prophet Micah still speaks to us today
Talks & discussions I’m leading
10.0 on Sunday mornings
at St Brides Church Liverpool L8 7LT
2 September: Competition or cooperation?
9 September: When is justice unjust?
16 September: What do we want from life?
- Archbishop of Canterbury
- Church of England
- European Union
- General Election
- Liberal theology
- Same-sex partnerships
- Sexual ethics
- women bishops
- women priests
Tag Archives: atheism
This is the third in the series of four reflections on progress. The first was about the ancient idea that a supreme god maintains the universe with a long-term design. Progress is then about achieving the purposes for which we … Continue reading
This is the second of three posts on ‘religion’. The first describes how seventeenth century thinkers developed ‘religion’ as a new concept: a self-contained feature of society, a private matter to do with beliefs about God and life after death … Continue reading