Saturday, 11 March 2006

Saturday views

From The Times:
The Bishop of Rochester, Michael Nazir-Ali talks to Michael Binyon about Muslim and Christian relations Missionary faiths need reciprocity and detente.

Roderick Strange writes the Credo column, Temptation offers short cuts to happiness, but it is actually corroding us.

In the Guardian Fred Sedgwick writes the Face to Faith column: If we pray with brutal honesty, we might find God, and the ‘acute peace beyond the unendurable’.

Also Karen Armstrong writes a column that argues: We can defuse this tension between competing conceptions of the sacred.

Christopher Howse in his Telegraph column retells the story of Sexual politics at Lake Malawi, quoting from the Church Times.

Posted by Simon Sarmiento on Saturday, 11 March 2006 at 3:16pm GMT
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