Tag Archives: theology
Yesterday I was happily settled at my computer watching the live debate from the Church of Scotland’s General Assembly, which is sitting in Edinburgh this week. A number of years ago I had been a member of a group set … Continue reading
I’m busy today watching the livestream video from Edinburgh where the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland are debating the church’s recent report on same-sex relationships and the ordained ministry. It is not easy watching, but I am hoping … Continue reading
Tonight’s Living the Questions discussion is about prayer. The course is in general very good, as well as being challenging and downright uncomfortable in places. I think it is useful for us to look carefully at our beliefs and our … Continue reading
There we were at the discussion group in the church hall talking about incarnational theology. Alright – I know it is getting late. Bear with me. The course consists of written material, a DVD wherein well-known theologians and clergy take … Continue reading
Busy day with family visitors and I have only just done my “homework” for the Living Questions discussion tonight. Did I ever really understand all of this at University? Very interesting and much food for thought.