Thinking Anglicans

Opinion – 17 April 2019

Martin Sewell Archbishop Cranmer Holy Week: dealing with deep sin is horrible, messy, prolonged, humiliating and painful

Giles Fraser UnHerd What does salvation look like?
“You can tell much by our response to the pain of asylum seekers”

Andrew Lightbown Theore0 Talking of Maundy Thursday

Michael Sadgrove Woolgathering in North East England Thoughts on Nôtre Dame

Stephen Parsons Surviving Church What is Integrity? Failure of integrity betrays survivors

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James Byron
James Byron
1 year ago

It is: but this is the same Fraser who condemns E.E.A. freedom of movement, referred to those taking advantage of it as “rootless Rōnin,” * and gives enthusiastic nods to a no-deal Brexit. Doubtless he’d produce a parade of clever-clever split hairs and win the argument (he always does, one way or another). Regardless, his attitude to this issue is, at best, convoluted.

* https://unherd.com/2019/02/why-wont-remainers-talk-about-family/

James Byron
James Byron
1 year ago
Reply to  James Byron

I agree about Romero, and likely about what the Monroe doctrine has mutated into. I wasn’t going into the merits of E.U. secession itself (personally, I’m not a fan of supranational organizations), but was highlighting the … a’hem, nuances of Fraser’s views on immigration.

Rod Gillis
Rod Gillis
1 year ago
Reply to  James Byron

Sure thing. I certainly don’t agree with all his opinions. Thanks.

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