Ferrari 458: a theological blog 11 – vi – 19

A theological blog 11 - vi - 19 I’m looking at a Ferrari 458.  A new one costs around £200,000 so the likelihood I will ever own one is small. But I guess it’s worth the money it is so elegant...

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Brexit and Religion: a theological blog 7 – vi – 19

Brexit and religion: a theological blog 7 - vi - 19 To understand Brexit you have to understand it within the context of a general decline in religious belief.  It is harder and harder today, as science shows more and...

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Boris will sort it

Faced with the enormity of climate change – whole countries drowned, devastating droughts, ferocious hurricanes, much of the world’s most fertile land going under water including the Fens and East Anglia (Cambridge could be a seaside town by 2100...

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The sfumato that is everywhere (and nowhere)

A theological blog  4 – vi – 19   There is sfumato everywhere (and nowhere).   There is no God somewhere beyond the sky who manufactured the universe, just as there was no mechanic armed with a slide rule and a cordless screwdriver...

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