Book review 10: “The Landscape of Faith”

It’s probably about time for another Christian book review. Thomas Traherne’s “Poetry and Prose” I’ve already praised (and haven't finished yet) but in the last few months, I have read the following other Christian books: “Those who wait: Finding God in Disappointment, Doubt and Delay”...

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The morning of New Year’s Day

The twelve days of Christmas are a good time, and it’s a bonus that we have New Year in the middle of them. I have always loved the miscellaneous quietish week between the 25th and the 1st - and incidentally have never got over the...

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Just to cheer you up, a post about Brexit

The country is still seriously and angrily divided, and the days until 29th March are disappearing fast. So here is my suggestion: The Government should obtain Parliamentary approval to seek a six-month delay in Brexit to September 2019.  In alliance with the Opposition, it should then pass...

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The chocolate truffles of 2018

There was a time long ago when the news on the radio or TV was occasionally good news. But there’s not been a lot of good news in 2018. My latest nightmare scenario is a rerun Brexit referendum, which Remain wins by 51% to 49....

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“The Queen’s Gift”

Something rather different: two years ago I was asked to produce a Christmas short story set in Marod for Mightier Than The Sword's online publicity. So this is a little snippet of pre-"We Do Not Kill Children" backstory. Apologies to any of you who've read...

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