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  • Bishops and Politics

    How extraordinary?This morning the BBC Today programme brought together a bishop and a politician to discuss the pastoral letter to be published later today by... Read more

    The 17 February 2015 by   Nicholas Baines
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  • Public Knowledge

    Public Knowledge

    Sometimes the media gets it wrong. If one were to believe in the tales of industry prognosticators, our libraries would be closing, we’d all own Kindles, MOOCs... Read more

    The 15 February 2015 by   Steveawiggins
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  • Thor’s Return

    Thor’s Return

    Once as I sat in the office of an Ivy League professor of Greek religion, I asked about the myths of the Classical gods. The professor (who knew that I had... Read more

    The 04 February 2015 by   Steveawiggins
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  • Psalms of Lament

    Psalms Lament

    Fate can be decidedly cruel sometimes.  Accidental discoveries can be the most painful of all.  As my regular readers know, I wrote a book on the Psalms... Read more

    The 07 February 2015 by   Steveawiggins
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  • The Beginning of Lent – Eyes Wide Open

    Beginning Lent Eyes Wide Open

    I idly sit down at the bench waiting for the subway. I am part of this early morning crowd, here before sun up. We are a quiet, sleepy group. Read more

    The 23 February 2015 by   Marilyngardner5
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  • Material to Ponder

    Material Ponder

    From my youngest days I remember wanting to be a scientist. This desire was tempered with a real fear of Hell and wish to please. In my career, it seems, the... Read more

    The 19 February 2015 by   Steveawiggins
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  • Incitatus Redux

    Incitatus Redux

    What more is there to say about God and politics? Far too much, I fear. In a Sunday Review in the New York Times, Frank Bruni lays out a catalogue of what, in... Read more

    The 20 February 2015 by   Steveawiggins
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  • Four Gods’ Sake

    Four Gods’ Sake

    Statistically speaking, most people don’t like statistics. I’m one of those. Numbers can do funny things to a person’s perception of things, nevertheless, I... Read more

    The 23 February 2015 by   Steveawiggins
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  • Mire

    Mire

    When you’re deep in the mire And you start to perspire The devil is laughing at you You have gone your own way Now you’re starting to pay And there doesn’t... Read more

    The 03 February 2015 by   Mike Bullock
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  • Hospitality – and a Trust Fund

    Hospitality Trust Fund

    Hospitality—and a Trust Fund by Robynn. Today concludes the miniseries on Hospitality. If you haven’t had a chance to read through them, you may want to go... Read more

    The 11 February 2015 by   Marilyngardner5
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