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Identity and truth

Belonging or believing: which determines the church’s character? For a few weeks earlier this year the UK tabloids were full of a story about footballers. The captain of a team had had sexual intercourse with the partner of a team … Continue reading

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From what we are supposed to believe: Good Lord, deliver us

I’ve just had my rear shock absorbers replaced. I’m told I should be able to get about more comfortably now. I don’t know anything about shock absorbers and don’t want to, so long as the car works. I trust the … Continue reading

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What do we expect of church leaders?

The Archbishop of Canterbury has on a number of occasions described his role in terms of articulating the faith of the church, thus representing what the church believes to the wider world. He thereby expresses a common feature of religious … Continue reading

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