Monthly Archives: February 2016

Sex and power in the spotlight

People lie to themselves and the church about their abstinence from sex. They become accustomed to not telling the truth. Continue reading

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Bishops, for beginners: on diversity and change

Is it about what we believe, or what we do? Why can you pick a bishop to match some of your views, but not others? Continue reading

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Reform, renewal, so many questions.

Reposting this because it made a lot of sense to me: concerns about the renewal and reform programme This in particular: “One of the consequences of this (and this is my biggest fear in relation to the Green Report) is … Continue reading

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The gender of tears

‘Mourn with those who mourn’. Just try and stop me. Continue reading

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Walking the road

‘You know what, the thing that breaks my heart is that there’s no way I can answer it without hurting someone on either side.’ Continue reading

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University Isn’t For Men?

Source: University Isn’t For Men? A very perceptive take on the wider issues of gender. Now reprinted on the Times Higher Education blog, so I’m not the only one who thought so!

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Fruit or chocolate?

Did the fruit people think the chocolate people were gluttons? Continue reading

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Glad to be lay

… it was rather like asking me ‘Do you feel a vocation to be a rock?’ Continue reading

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