Next Archbishop of Canterbury?

17/03/12 | Posted by Ian Black | Permalink | (0) Comments

With the news that the Archbishop of Canterbury has decided to move on to a new job - who could blame him - speculation about his successor is rife. The postholder has a major role in the life of Christianity in Britain. Here is my shortlist of candidates. More ...

Sparrow!

12/03/12 | Posted by Stigweard | Permalink | (0) Comments

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What’s Another Day?

29/02/12 | Posted by HughB | Permalink | (0) Comments

29th February – so what are you going to do with the extra day? More ...

Worms

16/02/12 | Posted by Stigweard | Permalink | (0) Comments

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Council Prayers

14/02/12 | Posted by Ian Black | Permalink | (0) Comments

The vexed question of whether to begin council meetings with prayer was taken to the High Court last week. The case was brought by an ex member of Bideford Council in Devon because he felt that faith and politics do not mix. Praying has no part in a council's business and so the practice he had twice asked to be ended and twice been out voted on was taken to the High Court, backed by the National Secular Society. More ...

Queen Accession

06/02/12 | Posted by Ian Black | Permalink | (0) Comments

Monday (6th February) is the 60th anniversary of the Queen coming to the throne. Whether you are an ardent fan of royalty or think heads of state should be elected, this is a milestone of note. She has given the best part of her life to her duties and has been thoroughly committed to it. That alone deserves a glass being raised in her honour. I don't think many of us would want to take her place for anything more than a day - though some of the houses are rather special pieces of real estate. More ...

Wheat!

03/02/12 | Posted by Stigweard | Permalink | (1) Comments

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Moral news

14/01/12 | Posted by Ian Black | Permalink | (1) Comments

The Leveson inquiry into how the press behave (following various scandals) has produced some amazing moments. None more so than the owner of the Daily Express saying that he didn't know what the word ethical means. He said everyone's ethics are different and deciding can be a fine line. With so many competing voices it can be confusing, so here's a bit of a quick guide to ethical behaviour. More ...

Lamp

12/01/12 | Posted by Stigweard | Permalink | (7) Comments

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New Year checklist

31/12/11 | Posted by Ian Black | Permalink | (1) Comments

Three-quarters of us will make New Year resolutions. According to an occupational psychologist, Kim Stephenson quoted in the Independent, how we fair depends on three things: they have to matter to us; we need a plan to complete them and there needs to be something positive in it for us to do it - a motivator. How we decide what to include and what to leave out is determined by the values that we aim to live by. The bible gives good pointers and so here's a new year's checklist to pull together a few threads. More ...

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