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: Gratitude
On Saturday we visited the Acropolis Museum in Athens. It is beautifully laid out, and naturally its artistic merit is unmistakeable. But there is more to it. It was not built to be art for art’s sake. Just as Plato … Continue reading
A Labour Party thinktank is proposing closer links between welfare benefits and contributions, through altering the system for national insurance contributions. The inevitable political quote goes: Senior figures believe that Labour must counter the impression that it supports a “something … Continue reading
It’s an old story but worth repeating. Two peasant farmers quarrelled about the boundary between their fields. They went to the wise old man of the village and asked him to adjudicate. He went to the fields with them, knelt … Continue reading