Monthly Archives: April 2015

Why Don’t We Have an ‘Interval’ In the Eucharist?

This week, in honour of Frank Mbanefo, who died last Thursday, myreflection will be a response to a question that he asked me a while ago. I had this question on my ‘list of possible reflections’, so now to you … Continue reading

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GAFCON and Galations and Growth: The Anglican Church at Present

In London recently there was a meeting of archbishops from some parts of the Anglican communion. They call themselves ‘GAFCON” which is an acrostic for ‘Global Anglican Future Conference.’ This group is mostly from Africa, but also has members from … Continue reading

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On Seeing ‘The Dents Du Midi’ and Being Moved.

That captures my reaction to seeing ‘the Dents’ that day. It was a case of being surprised by the wonder of them, and then turning to God in the associations that came. The mountains became like a metaphor or sacrament of the wonder of God that I had heard about from other places (like the Bible). Continue reading

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Martyrdom in Christianity Now?

Recently I have been thinking about those Christians who have been killed by Islamic State. I have been wondering how best to respond. This reflection represents what I actually think, but I am frightened by the consequences. I don’t think … Continue reading

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