Tag: Subject Matter

Some books are hard to read. Some books are hard to read because the subject matter is challenging on a sympathetic level; you feel the pain the author describes, you understand intellectually what he/she is trying to communicate. Some books …

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This week my work takes me away from home for four days, so little time to blog around what is likely to be a rather interesting session of General Synod. However, in other news I signed a contract this weekend …

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Via the Sexual Identity Institute comes news of the latest issue of Edification (the Journal of the Society for Christian Psychology, and no, I hadn’t heard of it either before reading the ISSI post) which explores how Christians operate in …

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Gayle blogs on how we feel six months on. We were warned when we discovered Zachary’s condition that people would put their foot in it sometimes. People don’t know what to say, they don’t say anything at all, they say …

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Yesterday’s proceedings of the Public Bill Committee are now online, but there is no reference to Clause 58. The committee will meet again on the 10th, the 24th, the 26th, the 3rd of March and the 5th of March. As …

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