OK – I seem to have a bit of a problem with the liturgical calendar that I’m trying to build on the rhs of this blog. The next hour or so is therefore dedicated to trying to sort it out. Apologies if the blog vanishes occasionally while this happens.
Update – All seems to be . . . → Read More: Sorting out the Calendar
More like this from Frank Tipler who is one of America’s leading cosmologists. I’ve reproduced it all below, because I’d welcome debate on the hard facts.
As regards global warming, my view is essentially the same as yours: Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW) is a scam, with no basis in science.
A few comments . . . → Read More: “Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW) is a scam”
The Church of England has published a draft measure and code of practice ahead of February’s session of General Synod. I’ve only had a cursory glance as I’m still on holiday, but two things strike me immediately:
The code of practice allows parishes that dissent pretty much the same actions as they currently have by . . . → Read More: Women Bishops – Draft Measures and Code of Practice
Gracious Father, who gave the first martyr Stephen grace to pray for those who took up stones against him: grant that in all our sufferings for the truth we may learn to love even our enemies and to seek forgiveness for those who desire our hurt, looking up to heaven to him who was . . . → Read More: St Stephen
As you read this Gayle, Reuben and I will be returning home from Church, ready to celebrate the birth of Jesus. As dusk has fallen, in the Central European Tradition, we will read the nativity story, sing worship and open our presents.
This year I have consistently preached that the only reason to celebrate the birth . . . → Read More: Why we Celebrate Tonight