Monthly Archives: September 2013

Artist of Creation

(During September 2013 I took part in #Septembart on Twitter.  The idea was, each day during the month, to appreciate a work of art (in all its forms), or to participate in creating something.  Although I wasn’t able to contribute … Continue reading

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Letters from the Prodigal’s Brother – 2 of 4

(This is the second in a short series based on the parable of the Prodigal Son in Luke 15. It’s written from the perspective of the elder brother, who we don’t hear about until the end, but who probably had … Continue reading

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The Monkeys of M.E.

I read the other day that the atoms in our bodies keep changing, and that your entire body is replaced every nine years.  Not sure how they’ve tested this! It makes you think – if this is true, why is … Continue reading

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Letters from the Prodigal’s Brother – 1 of 4

(This is the first in a short series based on the parable of the Prodigal Son in Luke 15. It’s written from the perspective of the elder brother, who we don’t hear about until the end, but who probably had … Continue reading

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Ringing Bells

It is 50 years since the publication of “Honest to God”, by John Robinson.  If my health permits, I am hoping to attend over the next few weeks a short series of lectures / seminars exploring how the ideas in … Continue reading

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