God, the world and us
What’s so special about religion?
Some people are religious, some don’t see the point. Maybe there is a god, maybe there isn’t: does it matter? What difference does it make?
Come & ask your questions
Talks, discussions & pizza
4th Sunday of the month
6.30 pm at St Brides Liverpool
led by Jonathan Clatworthy
26 March What’s so special about the Bible?
The Bible is true. It’s full of lies. It was written thousands of years ago. It was written for you. Its teachings are out of date. Its teachings are true for all people at all times.
Come and explore the questions with us.
23 April What’s so special about Christianity?
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Tag Archives: Men and women in marriage
Friday’s Church Times contains another excellent response to the now infamous Church of England document Men and Women in Marriage, this time by Jane Shaw. The document appeals to ‘a unique relationship between a man and a woman’ and ‘the … Continue reading
This is unusual. I made the mistake of assuming that the Church of England’s latest document Men and Women in Marriage would be condemned by the usual critics and defended by the usual establishment figures, so a couple of days … Continue reading
The Church of England’s new document Men and Women in Marriage was published on Wednesday. According to the accompanying press release the reason for publishing it is to oppose blessings of gay partnerships, and it certainly reads as such. It … Continue reading