Clause 58 – Another Update

Just to report that the Commons Committee looking at the Coroners and Justice Bill that includes the controversial Clause 58 met again on Tuesday. The transcripts of their deliberations are available online, but since they are now working through the Bill clause by clause, and since they have only reached the mid 30s, there’s nothing . . . → Read More: Clause 58 – Another Update

An Apology

Yes, I’m aware the liturgical calendar is currently operating without proper collects and pictures. Yes, I’m working on it…

No #2 – Miranda Threlfall-Holmes

They keep on coming. After Simon Tillotson’s great explanation of his “No” vote, Miranda Threlfall-Holmes has responded to my request and has provided the following paragraph:

My vote certainly was not meant to be a vote against the uniqueness of Christ! I voted no to Paul Eddy’s motion because it seemed to me from the debate . . . → Read More: No #2 – Miranda Threlfall-Holmes

Michael Davidson of “Core Issues” on BBC Ulster

Available for the next seven days, click here and go forward to around 35/40 minutes to begin listening to a really interesting interview with Jeremy Marks of Courage and Michael Davidson of Core Issues. Michael has a blog here and I’ll certainly be adding it to my rss aggregator.

Jade and Jesus

I was going to blog this afternoon on Jade Goody, but Cranmer has beaten me to it with this brilliant piece:

Nothing has become Jade Goody more than the manner in which she is leaving the world. Cranmer has known this, and has extended his hand to some of the world’s most noble and inspirational . . . → Read More: Jade and Jesus

No #1 – Simon Tillotson

Who’d have thought it? Within an hour of sending him an email, Simon Tillotson is the first of the eight “Noes” to come back to me with an explanation of why he voted the way he did. Here’s what he had to say.

I do believe in the uniqueness of Christ and that salvation only . . . → Read More: No #1 – Simon Tillotson

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