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The Ancient Allure of Tantalizing Thomas

A couple of Sunday’s ago, the reader in my village church was giving the sermon.  She is an mature widow, and she said something that unfortunately demonstrates a grave problem in some parts of the Church of England and other churches.  She said that she thought it was a great shame that the early church… Read more »

Remembering London’s Great Fire Reveals a Lesson in Godly Feminism

The old saw is that those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it, or something like that. Today is in the middle of the anniversary of the Great fire of London (1st to 3rd September 1666) when huge swathes of London were destroyed, but with only a few lives lost. That’s 350 years ago,… Read more »

The Relentless Gardener and the Grimmest Rose

The Relentless Gardener and the Rose : A Poetic Meditation In a garden of beautiful flowers, in amongst the colour and the life there stands a single rose, it’s petals black and withered, bare, with a stem full of barbaric thorns. All around this poisoned plant, flowers bloom, butterflies and bees buzz and flutter, but… Read more »

When textual weakness is apologetic strength

For the foolishness of God is wiser than human wisdom, and the weakness of God is stronger than human strength…..But God chose the foolish things of the world to shame the wise; God chose the weak things of the world to shame the strong. (1 Corinthians 1.25, 27) When Muslims try and proclaim the superiority… Read more »