Saturday, 8 January 2005

from the London papers

Paul Handley, editor of the Church Times, writes in today’s Independent under the title Faith & Reason: Where was God on Boxing Day? With the drowned - and the saved.

Charles Moore writes in the Telegraph about Why God is to be found in the terror of the tsunami
(he says in passing that “Dr Williams’s piece has been unfairly maligned: most of it seemed to me true and subtle”)
Christopher Howse in the same paper asks Will cathedrals pay the price? which discusses cathedral admission charges and is in effect a review article about this book by Trevor Beeson.

In the Guardian Giles Fraser writes that God is not the puppet master.

The Times carries an article by Michael Bourdeaux concerning the Ukraine: Independent churches win new respect
And Jonathan Sacks writes that God asks us not to understand but to heal.

Update
Not from the papers, but from the BBC, the Joan Bakewell interview of Tom Wright is now available as a transcript.

Posted by Simon Sarmiento on Saturday, 8 January 2005 at 1:37pm GMT | TrackBack
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