Women Bishops - The Numbers

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All 44 dioceses have voted and the results are in. The Women Bishops legislation will return to Synod in the new year and will see the critical decision. Which way will the vote go?

At first, looking at the results from the Dioceses, it seems a fore-gone conclusion. The table below shows the votes in . . . → Read More: Women Bishops – The Numbers

New Commenting System

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The new commenting system has been in place for a week or so. Would welcome feedback below. What’s good? What’s not good? What other systems have you seen elsewhere that you think might be good?

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David Cameron’s Favourite Bible Verses

A lovely touchy-feely story in the Guardian today about David Cameron’s favourite Bible verses.

For someone who once likened his religious faith to the “patchy reception of Magic FM in the Chilterns: it sort of comes and goes”, David Cameron‘s public professions of belief continue to intrigue.

In his contribution to a project celebrating the 400th anniversary of . . . → Read More: David Cameron’s Favourite Bible Verses

A Nazi Analogay

About time I commented on this story do you not think?

Last week the Church of England Newspaper published a column by Alan Craig, the head of the Christian People’s Alliance. You can find the piece here. Needless to say, it attracted a huge amount of attention, as exampled by this piece from the Guardian.

. . . → Read More: A Nazi Analogay

Government Final Paper on Civil Partnerships in Churches

http://www.peter-ould.net/wp-content/uploads/civilpartnership-response.pdf

Rob Bell’s New Movie

Sorry. Couldn’t resist. H/T Stand Firm.

 

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