Lent: a theological blog 10 iii 19

Lent.  How amazing that instead of falling down before some god and offering him a few best bulls you can pity his wounds.   What a turnaround in the history of religion.   How Christ’s wounds open your heart as no...

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Nature’s hidden heart

I am thinking today about the music of Sibelius.  There is no music that captures our experiences of nature more profoundly than that of Sibelius.  Although when I say that, most of us are so smothered by rolling verdant...

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Our childrens’ fate is in the hands of these people

Dear Jake thank you for your reply to my letter which has left me feeling desperate, gibbering alternately between rage and grief.  Yes, the list of actions that the government is taking on climate, pathetic as they are, is...

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