Tag Archives: Theology

Easter Greetings

I wish all my readers a happy Easter full of the joy and hope that comes from the risen Lord. Should any of us have the slightest doubt, let us remember that there is no otherwise explicable way an image … Continue reading

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The Patrimony and Romanticism

I received a very kind e-mail about my last posting on what we continuing Anglicans are continuing. The correspondent in question is a priest in the Church of England but in the Forward in Faith jurisdiction. I think two paragraphs … Continue reading

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Conference in Oxford

I am still in England after having been at my Diocesan Synod in Westminster, served our little mission in Bristol, spent a day with a dear friend who was recently inducted as a parish Vicar, enjoyed precious time with another … Continue reading

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Rapture?

The junk-religion merchants, especially on YouTube, are at it again. This time, they are proclaiming the end of the world and the “rapture” for 18th April, only five days from now. The Americans are rattling the sabre against the Syrians … Continue reading

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A Christian Mystery School

These few words are the reflection of a long process of thought in my mind from my university days. It has been brought home to me when I have seen the state of parish life here in France and elsewhere, … Continue reading

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British Left-Wing Press admits the Historical Evidence of Christ

This is quite impressive coming from the mainstream left-wing press in England: What is the historical evidence that Jesus Christ lived and died? The article was written by Simon Gathercole, Reader in New Testament Studies at the University of Cambridge. One … Continue reading

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Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose…

The more it changes, the more it’s the same thing. My attention has just been drawn to We Have Never Been Medieval. As I read though this piece, I find myself ever more confirmed in my adhesion to philosophical Idealism, even … Continue reading

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