Many of you may work with spreadsheets on a day to day basis, you’re probably able to reflexively type your favourite snazzy formulas and have that artistic knack for functionality and aesthetics which results in a good spreadsheet. I, however, haven’t touched excel since high school when, if memory serves me right, I basically failed […]
Today there was a press conference where the Rt Rev Graham James, Bishop of Norwich, presented a paper from the House of Bishops on Marriage and Same Sex Relations after the Shared Conversations, which will be discussed at the General Synod in February. This is the latest chapter in the on going discussions within the […]
I was reflecting on Ash Wednesday
A short reflection on my impressions of #Primates2016
I’ve now posted my responses on the questions of the symbolism of the Cross, and the Altar. Here follows the next question, and my response: What do you believe the Bread and Wine symbolise? In the beginning, God created the heavens and the Earth. These places are both each as real as the other. One, […]
Recently I posted about The Symbolism of the Cross, a response to one question of several asked by a friend of mine about symbols in churches. I actually rather enjoyed writing in response to a question and so if you have any topics or themes you would like to suggest I have a look at then […]
A personal, and slightly abstract, reflection on ‘The Lords’ Prayer’.
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(A Word of Explanation: I had a day of struggling with how I viewed myself and someone very close to me challenged me to write five ways that God views me. This was the result. Of course, whilst this is written from my perspective this is how I believe God views all his children; do […]