Tag Archives: Sea of Faith

The time is now

The United Kingdom is no longer a Christian country. There are British people who will say that this has been an evident fact for some time; others will consider this to be a statement just short of blasphemy; still others … Continue reading

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Let go! Let go! You’ll hardly notice the drop

(The third in a series of three articles focusing on aspects of contemporary religion) In the second of this series of three articles on aspects of contemporary religion (see Winds that blow, 02.09.15) I concluded with the view that the … Continue reading

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A strange glimmer of hope

(The first in a series of three articles focusing on aspects of contemporary religion) Recently, I was captivated by reading the comments of someone who had re-read George Eliot’s Middlemarch: “But in revisiting Middlemarch in middle age, the melancholy I … Continue reading

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