Monthly Archives: December 2013

Supreme Being?

The Supreme Court has decided Scie ntology is a religion, or more exactly, when its adherents gather in a chapel, they do so for the purposes of religious worship.  This will in the short term permit Scie  ntologists to get … Continue reading

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Same sex weddings quicker than intended

The Government has brought forward same sex marriage so the first same sex weddings will begin 29th March, in England and Wales.  The Scottish Parliament has voted heavily to introduce same sex marriage and a referendum is planned in the … Continue reading

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Ending fossil fuel dependency

Quakers in Britain recently made the bold decision to disinvest from any investments in fossil fuels as part of their commitment to sustainable energy. This commitment was formally made at their annual conference in Canterbury in 2011, http://www.quaker.org.uk/minute-36 .   In their statement … Continue reading

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Christian thinktank calls for reconciliation around sexuality

The Christian thinktank Ekklesia is trying to promote reconciliation around the issue of sexuality.  A number of major Christian denominations either contain significant differences of opinion or have altered their position in some regard in recent years.  There is also … Continue reading

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