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So, I’m back from the Regional Shared Conversations. And it was every bit as demanding as expected (maybe, more so), not least because there were so many words over those three days. I do words, all the time, so if … Continue reading
The Right Revd David Walker, Bishop of Manchester, blogging on Good Disagreement: and see the comments for the issue of whether good disagreement is impossible, being inherently biased towards the powerful. Source: Rediscovering “Good Disagreement”
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
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!
… it was rather like asking me ‘Do you feel a vocation to be a rock?’ Continue reading
… in church circles, the normal response I get is on the lines of ‘Don’t be so silly, we all know perfectly well what we’re talking about here.’ Continue reading
Source: A tale of two Primates