Tag Archives: Divorce

Clouds without rain: trying to explore fear

So here’s a question for conservatives in the CofE. What do you fear? I don’t see anyone wanting to force you to marry people or bless them if it’s against your conscience. As with divorced people. So what do you … Continue reading

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Meanwhile, back in the toilet…

This is the third in a series of reflections after the Shared Conversations (edited 31 March) In a previous post, I’ve commented on how wonderful it was to get to the loo and sit alone in a space where nobody … Continue reading

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Bishops, for beginners: on diversity and change

Is it about what we believe, or what we do? Why can you pick a bishop to match some of your views, but not others? Continue reading

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A Betjeman moment

Truth or unity? woolliness or schism? Continue reading

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