Tag Archives: Stories

Another Cliché: “I can be moral without being Christian”

I can’t stop thinking about clichés!   Here is another one. Philip Adams uses it a lot, but he is not the only one. This cliché is ‘It is possible to live a moral life, or to have a good … Continue reading

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Being ‘Black’ Beimg What? Being Christian

Recently I re-read the story of Rachel Dolezal, the ‘white’ woman in the US who for a long time has ‘identified’ as ’black’. She became committed to the black cause, and rose to some prominence there. But photos of her … Continue reading

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What Counts As ‘Reliable’ When it Comes to Faith?

Reflection 20-12-15 This week, as we were discussing the ‘Visitation’ reading which we were to have on the coming Sunday we arrived, once more onto the topic of the virgin birth of Jesus. There is a wealth of material that … Continue reading

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How I Came to Love Stories and Agree with Philip Pullman

Reflection 15-9-13   Let me tell you a little of my faith journey. I had quit my job with the Soil Conservation authority to go to study theology. I thought ‘now that I am a Christian as an adult, I … Continue reading

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