The Magical Spell of Faith
God’s SatNav for Britain
By Willem Sander van Boxtel
The first time I set eyes upon the glorious House of Lords chamber, in the summer of 2013, I was an ignorant tourist in the UK. With blissful awe I gazed on the golden decorations, the wooden benches, the leather seats, the red armrests. The red armrests which only seemed to be added to one bench. But the question why did not race through my fifteen-year old mind. Only much, much later did I find out the Bishops were granted those seats. The Bishops? Yes, the Bishops.
Continue reading “The Spell of Faith and Politics”
In a week when the first Church of England Bishop came out as gay and in a relationship (and yet stating that he is obeying the rules and staying celebate… we believe him don’t we?), another CofE vicar in Tunbridge Wells is threatening to form a new group to orchestrate a formal split from the church on the issue of “watering down the church’s teachings on homosexuality. Oh, and he has gone on to state that old, hateful and now thoroughly debunked canard that Gay Pride encourages child abuse.
Continue reading “Is the CofE About to Tear Itself Apart?”
Easter Bunnies – or should that be rabbit, rabbit, rabbit? Continue reading “Equality = Inhumanity…”
Welcome to the House of Lords – twinned with Tehran Continue reading “Two’s company”