As you’ve noticed, I’ve been away for a few days. Popping back to Spring Harvest in Skegness next week to do some more stuff with Andrew Marin, but in the meantime here’s some things that have caught my eye. Clayboy …

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I’ve been blogging quite a bit these past few days on issues around the Berkshire B&B which refused to let a room to a male couple. In the light of all the issues around discrimination on the grounds of orientation/behaviour …

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I’ve not blogged a lot on the Equality Bill currently going through the UK Parliament, mainly because I haven’t had much to say. There’s also very good coverage on Thinking Anglicans (and very poor opinion in the comments) which is …

Christians and Caesar – Engaging with Issues of Equality Read more »

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https://www.peter-ould.net/wp-content/uploads/02-Before-There-Was-Time.mp3 Click the play button above and you can listen to one of the tracks that we’re going to use tomorrow at Zachary’s funeral. It’s based upon Psalm 139 and in the past few days I’ve been reading this again …

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The BBC is getting all excited about a new scientific breakthrough. Scientists in Newcastle claim to have created human sperm in the laboratory in what they say is a world first. They began with stem cell lines derived from human …

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