Thinking Anglicans

Opinion – 27 August 2016

Updated to include the correct Philip Jones article

Sam Hailes meets the young people who have spent the past year shunning materialistic culture by living a monastic life at Lambeth Palace Premier Christianity A Year in God’s Time: Why these young people have been living a monastic life

Archbishop Cranmer While the Church of England becomes a safe place for children, it is hell for those wrongly accused of abuse

Christopher Howse The Telegraph Sacred Mysteries: The brightly burning hearse of Abbot Islip

Philip Jones Ecclesiastical Law Cathedral Governance: A Constitutional Monstrosity

Doug Chaplin Of tongues and translations

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Doug Chaplin’s “Of tongues and translations” reminded me that love of God starts with the heart, then moves to the head and, ideally, back to the heart. And when the heart is involved, the raising of hands and other bodily movement (notwithstanding arthritis) happens. Or are we happy to sit and listen?

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The comments on that Cranmer piece are a cesspit. We should ignore all allegations of child abuse for which there are not three independent witnesses, apparently.