Category Archives: Church Teaching

A clear reason for endorsing Jeremy Hunt


The choice about to face 120,000 to 160,000 Tory party members is far from clear, both prospective leaders of their party have very substantial failings in far too many areas to be credible party leaders, let alone to then be … Continue reading

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The various challenging rhythms of life


The pleasure that many people have of a two bank holiday weekend is not matched by people who work in the retail sector. However the majority of them have the opportunity at this time of year to be able to … Continue reading

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An inspiring tweet regarding Palestine!


This tweet is one that I spotted earlier today of how despite all of the frenetic accusations of what some people are saying and doing is anti semitic, that others are focusing on attempting to resolve the matters that lie … Continue reading

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A political party demonstrating prejudice!


The decision by Arlene Foster and the rest of the DUP to refuse to attend any of the events involving the Pope in Southern Ireland over the last few days leaves them isolated when it comes to the rest of … Continue reading

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Strong educational needs in the USA


According to a recent report from the USA, the American Educational Secretary, Betsy DeVos is considering making a significant investment into Schools should ideally come as welcome news. Although this information is not up to date, one imagines it still … Continue reading

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Remove Tebbit from the Lords & remind Fraser about wider Church History


The daily promotions of the Telegraph newspaper on facebook rarely catch my eye, beyond the noisy nonsense from Boris Johnson. However in the last few days a couple of columns did and so I used my weekly free access to … Continue reading

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Religion and Politics continue to challenge one another


One of the elements of last Mondays blog and column in the Argus newspaper was how religion and politics can sometimes come into conflict with one another. This is continuing in the case of the Labour Party and concerns about … Continue reading

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