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Think about this carefully. It is the route to national and individual healing. If we are a wealthy banker and are angry and unforgiving of those who voted for Brexit, then this prayer gives the Brexit voter permission to be … Continue reading
Two children are in a fight, and when we separate them both point at the other and shout “well he started it”. We might respond “well even if he did, you carried it on!” But as we grow older we … Continue reading
Jesus taught that “the Kingdom of God is at hand”. But how do we get there? Do we need a passport, or apply for a visa? Do we have to pass an entrance test to become a citizen? Anselm described … Continue reading
I remember a discussion soon after I became a Christian where I was asked “so what about all the other religions?” My reply was that they were simply mistaken. I think the remark was taken to be rather arrogant. I … Continue reading
The world economy is in difficulty and has been for many years now. Debt is embedded in the system: individuals owe money to banks (who live off lending them more), nations owe money to the financial markets. All measures of … Continue reading
In the 2011 UK census, nearly 60% of the population want to be recognised as Christian. Many other surveys show that the proportion of the population who regularly attend church services is between 5% and 15%. (Tearfund report on churchgoing … Continue reading
Christianity is about freedom, yet we keep tying ourselves up with rules and rituals, and then feeling guilty when we break them. It seems to be in our nature to want rules. We want to be told what we can … Continue reading
Pete and Graham had worked with each other for years. Pete went to church every week, a fact that Graham was unaware of. “Hi Pete”, said Graham, “Did I see you coming out of the Christian book shop yesterday?” “Yes, … Continue reading
“It’s all in the genes” the scientists say. “Your genetic make-up determines your shape, size, colour and even your behaviour.” Some people it seems are made good, and some evil. Well maybe things are not that clear-cut, but we can … Continue reading
I wrote this when my delightful daughters were much younger; I hope that if they read this now it will make them smile …… Parents can learn a lot from their children. My children sometimes fight. Sometimes one or other … Continue reading