Tag: Conviction

Gay Marriage – ComRes Polls

This weekend ComRes published a whole raft of polls on the Gay Marriage issue. There are polls on general party support, ethnic minorities, general public opinion, teachers and sexual orientation minorities. Some observations. The LGB survey is fascinating simply on

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One or two challenges coming up

I’ve been intrigued by two blog posts in the past week, both of which are highlighting some challenges for the Church of England over the next few months. The first is by John Richardson who writes This, however, brings us

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Moving Beyond Gay

Getting back to the core subject of this blog, Disputed Mutability has an interesting post about the things that she would recommend about “ex-gay” ministries. Specifically she writes about support groups, rather than reparative therapy. In her latest offering there

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Women Bishops – Draft Measures and Code of Practice

The Church of England has published a draft measure and code of practice ahead of February’s session of General Synod. I’ve only had a cursory glance as I’m still on holiday, but two things strike me immediately: The code of

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Contented Little Baby?!

If you are a new mother (or an experienced mother..) you may well recognise this title as that of the world-renowned Gina Ford’s controversial book. I say ‘controversial’ because it has been in our house. The premise of the book

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