Tag Archives: Christmas

If you were an angel would you sing to a bunch of shepherds?

If anybody is to have a sneak preview of the saviour of the world, who should get it? According to Matthew, the preview was given to wise men from the East. According to Luke, it was given to a bunch … Continue reading

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Christmas worship

So you go to church at Christmas, but not on a normal Sunday? Does that make you a second-rate Christian, or inoculate you against Christianity altogether? Or have you got it about right? This week’s Church Times carries an article … Continue reading

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The Green Report and the shepherds at the manger

On 16th December I put up a blog post about the Green Report on church leaders, and found I was one of many unhappy with it. Having thought about it a bit longer what disturbs me most is the managementspeke: … Continue reading

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