our goddaughter, Eleanor, goes home

fantastic news. We’re home! Whew! We thank our gracious Father for watching over Eleanor and bring about this healing so quickly. There’s a little problem remaining, but not too serious because it was picked up early. When she was in Leonie’s tummy, Eleanor was in the “frank breech” position. This means her head was up, […]

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A matter of trust –

Jim Naughton, over at the Diocese of Washington “news” blog, must be a Billy Joel fan. At least that was my first response after reading his latest piece on Tanzania Word comes from Tanzania that Bishop Martyn Minns of CANA, Canon Chris Sugden of Anglican Mainstream and Father David Anderson of the American Anglican Council […]

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Zwingli on the Eucharist

The phrase “Zwinglian” has become a bit of an easy label with which those of a more High Church flavour seek to tar us evangelicals. But what did Zwingli actually believe, particularly with reference to the Eucharist (the issue on which are most often labelled as “Zwinglian”)? Here, from An Account of the Faith of […]

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English? Scottish? No! British!

Cranmer has a great article on the tercentenary of the Act of Union, that wonderful event, 16 January 1707, when the crowns of England and Scotland were united. On that great day, 3 things were achieved: First, we started on the way to the full union flag… Second, as Cranmer notes, we sorted out religion […]

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worth posting up

I’m quite a fan of George W Bush and find most of the cartoons made about him to be cheap shots. But sometimes someone draws something that’s clever and you have to suspend your allegiance and just applaud the creative thought. I think this is one of those moments: View this post at the WhiteHorseInn

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this is a test post to see if I can use Live+Press to post direct from wordpress to livejournal View this post on my blog

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