Monthly Archives: December 2010

Assessing 2010

I am going to be local and just try to assess what might have been achieved in the Parish (Anglican) of St Michael and All Angels, Bartley Green in 2010. January saw our first ever ecumenical engagement during the Week … Continue reading

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meanings at the edge

I am – allegedly – writing a course on the Revelation to St John the Divine to be delivered in the summer at the Queen’s Foundation, Birmingham. I am not making much progress. One of the key texts I am … Continue reading

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Mixed up and confused

Between my colleague and myself, when Christmas Eve arrives, we will have conducted eleven funerals in 10 days (less if you discount the intervening weekend). Each funeral was a tragedy, even when death was described as a release. I happen … Continue reading

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