Sarah Hills, the Canon for Reconciliation at Coventry Cathedral, gave some great teaching when we were at the Cross of Nails conference in Romania. Reconciliation, she said, is a journey, not just a destination. What happens en route is crucial: she christened it Walk Theology. There may be danger, confusion, anger, fear, lament – all […]
A fascinating reflection by Bishop Nick Baines on his current visit to Iraq, raising all sorts of complex questions which need to be raised. This quotation will take you to his original post, which is well worth reading. But, although travel broadens the mind to a wider world and the complexities within it, it can […]
For an intelligent article on the way that the Bush/Blair war in Iraq has contributed to the current persecution of Christians, read William Dalrymple here: http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2010/nov/12/backfiring-of-bush-crusade As he says, what an irony.
With Remembrance Sunday upon us, and my own very minor involvement in the Cross of Nails movement for reconciliation, I thought I would look at some aspects of this immensely frustrating but, to my mind, indispensable work. The current Director of the Cross of Nails at Coventry Cathedral, David Porter, was preceded by Canon Andrew […]