Comments: the figleaf of "reception"

I like the idea of reception as a way of imaging a different future. But I wouldnt see it as a monolithic proces. Don't forget fig-leaves may rise waving at us ! .

I think this reception began in 1943 when Florence Lee Tim Oi was priested by the bishop of Hong Kong, for the sake of pastoral necessity, in war torn lands. An Oriental solution to a western problem perhaps

Posted by laurence at Monday, 27 November 2006 at 7:29pm GMT

"Spinoffs"!

OOh, I can almost taste the blood, Simon ...

Andrew Brown at his best.

Posted by Martin Reynolds at Monday, 27 November 2006 at 9:18pm GMT
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