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Image via WikipediaA bit of a debate going on about whether Christianity is being marginalised in British society.The Daily Mail highlights a few of the recent cases that have hit the headlines. It does make one wonder.Gary McFarlane, 48, a former elder in a church in Hanham, Bristol, lost his fight at the Employment Appeal … Continue reading Christianity Marginalised?
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From the blog of St Michael's Abbey, Farnborough. Follow the link to read more. A fascinating obituary! Our oldest monk, Fr Wulstan, died on Saturday. He was 99 years old and more than 79 years a son of St Benedict, almost 70 years a priest. With him dies a great chunk of the history of … Continue reading RIP Fr Wulstan of St Michael’s Abbey
Image via WikipediaIt would seem that just reiterating that statement of Christian faith is enough to bring down the wrath of the Advertising Standards Agency. If you believe that statement is true then please sign the new e-petition here.The statement goes:I believe that God can heal Responsible department: Department for Culture, Media and Sport Whether or … Continue reading I believe that God can heal
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Image via WikipediaHaving spent a few years unemployed under Thatcher and Major I can really feel for the people featured in this BBC article.The quote from Ben Gillet sums up how it can be when you're in such a situation, it shows how alien this sort of existence is and how far away it is … Continue reading The human cost of unemployment
Life and Fate by Vasily Grossman My rating: 1 of 5 stars Meant to be one of these 'classics' which become a must read for everyone but for me it's the same as Dostoyevski's The Brother's Karamazov - unreadable. There must be something about Russian literature that causes me to become soporific. I just can't … Continue reading Review: Life and Fate