God, the world and us
Poems for justice
How the ancient prophet Micah still speaks to us today
Talks & discussions I’m leading
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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?
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Tag Archives: power
This is the third of three posts about the ancient Hebrew prophet Micah, based on sermons I preached at St Brides Liverpool. This one is about what we mean by peace. It focuses on Micah’s vision of everyone sitting under … Continue reading
The recent revelations of sexual abuse horrify us, particularly when the victims were children. It is one thing to feel horrified, another to respond in a constructive way. Much of the public response has sounded to me like Guardian readers … Continue reading
The Independent Inquiry into Child Sex Abuse (IICSA) is currently investigating the Diocese of Chichester as part of its study of whether Church of England leaders have failed to protect children against sexual abuse. Abuse survivors sometimes say that in … Continue reading