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Self-care: recovering from so many words

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

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Rediscovering “Good Disagreement”

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”

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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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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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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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A Betjeman moment

Truth or unity? woolliness or schism? Continue reading

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What is sex anyway?

… 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

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A tale of two Primates

Source: A tale of two Primates

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