As I’ve been reading Benjamin Myer’s Christ the Stranger: The Theology of Rowan Williams this week, I’ve started to wonder whether the Archbishop’s strategy of Hegelian struggle between thesis and antithesis, much bemoaned by conservatives and liberals alike, may actually have succeeded over the past decade. Let me explain.
The core of Williams’ approach over . . . → Read More: Rowan’s Hegelian Triumph
The House of Bishop’s Human Sexuality Group has appointed three advisors.
New advisers were appointed to the House of Bishops advisory group on human sexuality this week. The three new members are the Rev Dr Jessica Martin, Priest-in-charge of Duxford, Hinxton and Ickleton, Dr Robert Song, Head of Theology and Religion at Durham University and the Archdeacon . . . → Read More: Human Sexuality Group Appoints Advisors
Over on the Changing Attitude website, Keith Sharpe has responded to a recent column by Andrew Goddard on the Fulcrum website. Keith’s blog post is an absolute text book example of eisegesis, so let’s take it apart piece by piece shall we?
For Christians the essence of marriage is made plain in the story of . . . → Read More: Keith Sharpe responds to Andrew Goddard
What do we think?
What do you think of the Kit for the 2012 Great Britain Team?
Am I blue, am I blue, are these tears in my eyes (having seen what you’ve done mutilating the traditional red white and blue) telling you… (39%, 7 Votes) Interesting… (28%, 5 Votes) Stella McCartney – you genius! (22%, 4 Votes)
Stella McCartney – what have you done? (11%, 2 Votes)
Total Voters: 18
My first response was, “Urgggh”. Having watched the video three time now, can I be honest? It’s really growing on me.