I find it interesting when two different sides to a dispute put forward two different narratives. It’s not so much that there is a conflict going on, it’s the reasons for the narratives being played out, the way that people not only take sides but also become incredibly selective in what they will and won’t . . . → Read More: Creating and Controlling a Narrative
A letter that the Bishop of Winchester sent to the Dean Bob Key on the 9th of March has come into the public domain. After questions were raised in the States on Tuesday, BBC Jersey ran the following news item and interview this morning.
You can read the original letter below.
Download (PDF, 440KB)
It’s out and it’s good.
D. Concerns about the main Report
In particular, in the light of the Dissenting Statement, we express the following concerns about aspects of the Report:
Although the church’s teaching is upheld, its theological and biblical basis is not clearly articulated and there appears to be a willingness to separate teaching . . . → Read More: Fulcrum Response to Pilling
Some fascinating research as reported by the Guardian.
Scientists have drawn on nearly 1,000 brain scans to confirm what many had surely concluded long ago: that stark differences exist in the wiring of male and female brains.
Maps of neural circuitry showed that on average women’s brains were highly connected across the . . . → Read More: Male and Female Brains
Last year’s blog post proved very popular and I’m slowly putting together a list of people who will make my top ten this new year.
If you want to make any suggestions, then use the comment thread below (but remember to say *why* you are nominating someone).
. . . → Read More: Anglicans to Watch – 2014