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: worship
Naturally, the Evangelical Alliance has defended itself against Jayne Ozanne’s critique of its teaching, especially in the light of the recent survey by the Churches’ Child Protection Advisory Service on the prevalence of spiritual abuse. But the defence fails. I … Continue reading
This is about the sense of having a distinctive role. It is inspired by the television series Rev, with its vicar Adam Smallbone. I rarely watch television, but to me Rev was special. At last the BBC has produced a … Continue reading
In theory Easter is the biggest festival in the Church’s year. How it works out in practice is another matter. Today the main issue is that it’s impossible. Nobody rises from the dead. Some people conclude that Christianity is wrong, … Continue reading
It’s a good sign. The Church Times is publishing a four-part series of articles on the state of the Church of England. The news is mostly discouraging, but never mind. The series began last week with an article by Linda … Continue reading