As promised, here’s my top ten Anglicans who I believe will have an impact on the church in 2013 (and beyond). For some it may be for things that will happen over the next twelve months that will involve them, for others it’s about their ongoing “rise”.
Before we start the top ten, . . . → Read More: 2013 – The Anglicans to Watch
Utterly, utterly superb yesterday.
Only disappointment was the lack of any spheres, but the 1967 London Tube map (Web of Fear) and other little 60s references were excellent.
No poem this year (see Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh for the past three years’ mourning trilogy), just a simple verse from a great Carol.
In the heavenly country bright, Need they no created light; Thou its Light, its Joy, its Crown, Thou its Sun which goes not down; There for ever may we sing . . . → Read More: Men of Old
We’re getting near the end! Here’s reason number eight from the “Ten Myths” leaflet.
Myth 8 The public supports it
Seven in ten people want to keep marriage as it is. Other polling which purports to show public support for gay marriage fails to tell respondents that equal rights are already available through civil partnerships. When people are told this crucial . . . → Read More: C4M – Ten Reasons – Number Eight