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Glyn Paflin

by Glyn Paflin

Posted: 20 Dec 2013 @ 12:21

'Junk' for Jesus

"NO JUNK MAIL." But can the possessors of four separate doorbells genuinely be all of one mind in an house? And, if so, would it be God who had made them so?

I have my doubts, standing on the doorstep in a London street that is more than 50 per cent more gentrified than it was ten years ago, holding two Christmas Services fliers in my hand, and wrestling with a twinge of conscience before pushing them through the letterbox.

Yes, it ...

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