Wednesday 19 January 2022
Andrew Davison reviews a dialogue that could have been developed
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Stephen Brown looks at George Orwell’s views on faith, and a theme followed up in Nineteen Eighty-Four, in his 1935 novel A Clergyman’s Daughter
Rachel Mann considers reflections gathered by a thoughtful writer as the destination nears
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We are looking for an energetic, prayerful priest with a mature spirituality to assist the Rector, wardens and PCC in exploring the meaning of Christ’s gospel in this complex environment as we make our way through the pandemic.
Do you have a strong vocation to lead and manage a committed team of staff and volunteers, live as part of a healing, ecumenical community and be alongside our guests as they respond to loss, sorrow, and pain by finding new hope? People turn to us at times of trauma and transition to find their own strength, and we offer a holistic and sacramental approach based on justice, peace and ecology.
Our vision is that all may encounter and know the love of God.
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Philip Yancey has long written about faith. Now he reveals the background to his writings. Interview by Pat Ashworth
The secular world has moved away from autocratic styles. Bishops would do well to taken note, says Eve Poole
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