Tag: Three Quarters

Chosen Identity?

Fresh on the back of Iain Dale’s marvellous example of how to present no evidence whatsoever of a scientific claim, here are two pieces I read yesterday on sexual identity. First, from a Christian perspective. My gay confidence turned to

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Making Sense of Making Sense of Sex

Adrian Thatcher’s new book in SPCK’s “Modern Church” series, Making Sense of Sex is a masterpiece of liberal theology which relies upon dictating the basis of theological truth to derive its outcome of validating sexual relationships traditionally condemned by orthodox

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On Dostoevsky

Quote of the week award must, must, go to Bishop Alan who has this to say on Rowan’s new book on Dostoevsky: Think about it. Rowan Williams on Dostoevsky could take longer to read than it did to write. Brilliant!!!!

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