Saturday, 19 November 2016

Opinion - 19 November 2016

Lucy Sixsmith On learning from Nineveh

David Emmott Hard or soft?

Simon Butler ViaMedia.News Time to Cultivate Your Garden?

The atheist Derren Brown’s stage show draws heavily on religious influences. He talks to Madeleine Davies for Church Times: An illusion of miracles.

Stephen Bullivant Catholic Herald The real Blessed Lucy of Narnia was even more amazing than CS Lewis’s imagination

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David Emmott: "theological differences which make the Church of England into a sort of ecclesiastical earthquake zone"

That's a great line...

Posted by: Susannah Clark on Saturday, 19 November 2016 at 12:12pm GMT

Derren Brown is doing good work in exposing 'quack' tele-evangelists, as well as illustrating a rational basis for 'miracles' for which liberal Anglicans can be grateful.

Posted by: FrDavidH on Saturday, 19 November 2016 at 4:57pm GMT

I share Lucy Sixsmith's very rare use of high heel shoes and her liking for Doc Martens. Also, the rest of her words about our walk of repentance were inspiring.

Posted by: Pam on Sunday, 20 November 2016 at 1:13am GMT
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