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I was somewhat surprised to read that the Archbishop of Canterbury has spoken out about "the problems that emerge through keeping silent on issues surrounding HIV and and the importance of the Church
I was filled with a warm, fuzzy, Yuletide glow when I heard some news earlier today, which looks as if it will do a little to put the more radical Christ back into Christmas (
There’s an analogy that’s been doing the rounds for a few years now with regard to religious broadcasting.
As if by magic, another Bishop popped up at the weekend talking about immigration in the context of the debate about whether we should refer to Britain as a “Christian country.”
I have just had a press release through from Andrew Graystone at the Churches Media Council (CMC) advertising a debate about whether Thought for the Day should be expanded to include Humanists.
We know there are a few people around who like to put the boot into Ekklesia (particularly in the more right wing press and media) but here's a golden opportunity to give Ekklesia's staff a good kicki
Some refugees are still being forced to live on supermarket vouchers instead of cash seven years after the government scrapped the controversial system because it was unfair and unworkable.
We got angry at the bankers and the politicians but why don't we get angry about climate change?
There was a very interesting comment by ex Government minister James Purnell in an interview in Saturday's Guardian.
Dr Lisa Severine Nolland has written on the Anglican Mainstream website comparing gay Christians to the BNP.
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