Monthly Archives: February 2014

C A LEWIS – A REFLECTION ON WHAT MADE HIM TICK

Where are they now? Where are the lay theologians, both men and women, which were such a feature of British academic and literary life of the twentieth century? The following list by no means a complete one: G K Chesterton, … Continue reading

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THE FATHER OF LIES

Recently a Bishop justified a proposed Baptismal liturgy by claiming that ‘the devil is theologically problematical.’ If he means ‘it’s difficult to explain an objective force for evil to the twentieth century western mind’ I would agree. If he means … Continue reading

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