Monthly Archives: November 2013

What are we made of: Numbers?

Reflection 1-12-13   I saw this phrase in an article on the particle research facility in Geneva. It said ‘We’re all made of numbers.’ What an interesting thing to say. This is especially so since we have been studying a … Continue reading

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What is a Priest For?

Reflection 24-11-13   At the Archdeaconry conference a couple of weeks ago, sitting in a circle with all my colleagues, it struck me that all of them (including me) had answered ‘Yes’ to the question ‘Do you believe that you … Continue reading

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How The Trinity is Not Just Metaphysics, but Essential for Understanding Being Christian

There was an interesting piece of information in a leadership book that I was reading recently.* It claimed that church attendance per se made no difference to people’s ethical, or moral behaviour. This is a similar claim to the one … Continue reading

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How Do we Find Unity When we Disagree About So Much?

I’ve just come back from the Archdeaconry conference where as usual we had a representative from the Old Catholics, with whom the Anglican Church is in full communion. Some of our members mentioned Bishop David’s letter for St. Willibrord’s Day … Continue reading

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