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Ecclesiastical Insurance: 'Provides a comprehensive range of general insurance and financial services products to the Church and its people as well as the general public'.
Have a Lent or Holy Week online resource we don't have listed? Let
we hardwired for God? 'In this exclusive essay from the London Review of Books, WG Runciman examines the argument that recent advances
in evolutionary psychology hold the answer to the "God-question"'. A review of 'Religion Explained: The Human Instincts that Fashion
Gods, Spirits and Ancestors' by Pascal Boyer.
The commission are soliciting opinions until 31 May 2002. Alas, it appears that your contribution must be by paper mail to London. You can find more information here.
USA: Mississippi, 30 July-4 August
USA: 2002, various dates, various places
Books for Lent: The Church Times considers some of the current crop.
His Dark Materials (Northern Lights; The Subtle Knife; The Amber Spyglass), by Philip Pullman: In the Church Times, Dr John Pridmore assesses the achievement of this trilogy, whose author was just awarded the Whitbread Prize.
It is rare for US newspapers to mention the Anglican Church. The Austin American-Statesman (Texas) has published this article about the Anglican Church, written by a local rector.
My holy war, by Jonathan Raban: The New Yorker reviews a book that asks the question 'What do a vicar's son and a suicide bomber have in common?'
A mighty fortress: 'When it was built in the Gilded Age, it was a statement about Boston's ambitions for itself, for how great the city could be. And it still is'. The Boston Globe celebrates the 125th anniversary of the H H Richardson's Trinity Church.
St Valentine's Day: AO reader Robert Chiore has submitted a short summary of information about the history of St Valentine's day.
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