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Well done Theos! The think tank set up by the Bible Society did a survey the other day which I had missed until I came across it just now.
It was a great joy to find myself taking the Sunday school at our local Anglican church this morning, particularly as the story we were looking at was the Parable of the Talents.
I see that Damian Thompson from the Daily Telegraph has been on the receiving end of a (non-violent) mauling on his blog (Holy Smoke) after he attacked white poppies on Remembrance Day.
I am feeling really encouraged by what's been happening over the last 24 hours around Remembrance Sunday.
I have just been thinking about a model proposed by Simon Walker from The Leadership Commuinity for assessing what's going on in the financial markets and wider economy.
I have just been reflecting on some of the things that have been said about Simon Barrow and myself, as well as Ekklesia, during the faith schools 'debate' these last few days.
...with Jim Wallis who is over on a short tour promoting his new book Seven Ways to Change the World
On Monday we reported a bold press release that appeared briefly on the Evangelical Alliance web site, urging Christians to vote against the BNP.
I see that the Archbishop of Canterbury devoted an entire lecture last night to the morality and ethics of the state.
I have been mulling over the debate on the BBC Radio 4 Today programme at the end of last week, about whether humanists, agnostics, atheists, or others who do not subscribe to the major world religions, should be able to contribute to Radio 4's Thought for the Day slot.
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