Muslims have been in the news a lot in recent days. There has been a lot of conflict in recent weeks over some rubbish film made in California that is anti-muslim. The result has been violent protest and deaths around the world.
Happy Christmas to all my readers. May you have a lovely and peace-filled Christmas. Three great services to go still – Christingle and Midnight today and Christmas morning tomorrow. After such a brilliant weekend last week I’m really looking forward to the remaining ones. Just got to do the preparation for Christmas lunch (making the […]
I haven’t always been a great fan of Giles Fraser. I was referring to him in my article where he was criticising Fresh Expressions last year. He can come across as too strident.
I was struck by some of the latest information coming out of exams recently. I said on a previous post that I was ambivalent about School assemblies. But this is different. I don’t know if you know that the number of students taking GCSE Religious Studies has risen by a significant amount in recent years.
Why do we get so interested in the conflicts of others? There is a viral email doing the rounds from a potential mother-in-law to her potential daughter-in-law. It makes for excruciating but fascinating reading. It is a car-crash of an email for both sender and receiver.
Well that appears to be the view among the media literati today. The Archbishop of Canterbury has edited the latest edition of the New Statesman magazine and verily verily there has been a media storm.
Tom Wright has weighed in behind the Archbishop of Canterbury with concerns about the killing of Osama bin Laden. He questions whether the way that the United States has acted would be accepted by them.