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Kenneth Stevenson reviews Wanting Like a God: Desire and Freedom in the Works of Thomas Traherne, by Denise Inge.
Adam Ford reviews Boyle: Between God and Science, by Michael Hunter.
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Grumpy bishop: Nick Baines writes, inter alia, 'I am a miserable killjoy who wants to take the magic out of Christmas. Apparently.'
Music to keep bishops awake: Christopher Howse writes for the Telegraph (London). 'When Samuel Sebastian Wesley was appointed organist of Hereford cathedral in 1832, he found that the eight adult members of the choir were all clergymen aged between 49 and 78. Five were in poor health, two were deemed to be sub-standard and the 78-year-old was exempt from attending services. This was the crisis in which cathedral music found itself, at a time of clamour to take away revenues from the Established Church.'
We've Got Jesus: 'If the makers of Coca-Cola can sell a billion cans of sugar water every 48 hours, surely the Anglican Church of Canada can add value to people’s lives, insists Nicolosi.' Kristen Jenkins writes for Anglican Journal (Toronto).
Why We Are Waiting: 'The idea is for people accessing the lively online facility to take five minutes to change the world this Advent by following the 'tread gently' challenges and video stories behind each door. In the launch Archbishop Tutu says: "Care for the world, it is the only one we have."'
Webcast: The annual Advent carol service from the Chapel of St John's College, Cambridge. Broadcast live by the BBC's Radio 3 on Advent I, the service is available for listening on demand via the BBC iplayer until 6 December 2009.
Leslie Francis reviews Public People, Private Lives: Tackling Stress in Clergy Families, by Jean and Chris Burton.
Jenny Francis reviews Is Faith Delusion? Why Religion is Good for Your Health, by Andrew Sims.
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