Psalm 103 – four dimensions of reality

Jan 17, 2022 by

By Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream: I’m interested in the idea of “the self”, that consciousness of me as an independent, unique person, who has a unique set of experiences, thoughts and feelings. The ‘I’ who relates to my environment –...

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2021 / 2022

Jan 6, 2022 by

Reviews of 2021, Looking Forward to 2022   What kinds of resolutions bring real change? by Ian Paul, Psephizo: Some suggestions on how to improve our lives in 2022, including bible reading, diet and physical fitness. Some articles on...

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Desmond Tutu tributes / analysis

Jan 6, 2022 by

  Desmond Tutu – a personal reflection, by Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream The Archbishop, whom I met in 1994, was a remarkable Christian prophet combining sharp analysis, courage and winsomeness, not a secular socialist politician...

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Transgender latest

Jan 6, 2022 by

Editor’s note: please skim through the titles and summaries of these very recent articles, and read what you can. We are in the middle of a revolution, and we need to keep up to date, understand the ideologies taking hold of...

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Desmond Tutu – a personal reflection

Jan 4, 2022 by

By Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream: My wife and I met Desmond Tutu in July 1994, three months after the historic elections which brought Nelson Mandela and the ANC to power in South Africa. We had arrived in the country at the beginning...

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Anonymous letter to Bishop criticises C of E sexuality discussion process

Jan 4, 2022 by

Anglican Mainstream publication. Editor’s note: The fact that the author did not feel safe to reveal his/her identity, as well as this careful analysis of the Living in Love and Faith process and the agenda behind it, shows why many...

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