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‘God: none, one, three or many?’ was the theme of Modern Church’s annual conference earlier this week, chaired by Jane Shaw and Linda Woodhead. We were in the company of people who believe passionately in God and don’t believe in … Continue reading
How can you trust your mind? You make mistakes. You dream. How do you know when you are getting it right? If you ever do? This is a brief history of the rise and fall of the human mind, arguing … Continue reading
People with mental health problems and learning difficulties are the subject of two articles in this week’s Church Times. The two articles were printed alongside each other, and between them they told both a negative and a positive story.