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Book of Common Prayer
John Saxbee reviews Meaning and Mystery: What it Means to Believe in God, by David M. Holley.
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RS Thomas, spiritual Clint Eastwood: Luke Coppen, editor of The Catholic Herald, writes in the Guardian about his favourite religious poet. Thomas (1913-2000) was an Anglican priest, an ardent Welsh nationalist and 'a world-class curmudgeon', who has been described as 'a loner taking on the universe, a kind of Clint Eastwood of the spirit'.
Spiritual Amnesia: Diana Butler Bass writes for the Huffington Post. 'At the present juncture of history, Western Christianity is suffering from a bad case of spiritual amnesia. Even those who claim to be devout or conservative often know little about the history of their faith traditions. Our loss of memory began more than two centuries ago, at the high tide of the Enlightenment. As modern society developed, the condition of broken memory -- being disconnected from the past -- became more widespread.'
You shall have eternal indaba. 'The arrival of Continuing Indaba on the Internet as part of the Anglican Communion web site makes visible the preparatory work already in hand for the series of pilot conversations between dioceses from different parts of the Communion to take place during 2010 and 2011.'
Book of Common Prayer
John Pridmore reviews Children's Spirituality: What It Is and Why It Matters, by Rebecca Nye.
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Trite Music: John Shepherd, the Dean of Perth, writes in the Times (London) on the oft-lost 'potential to create an aural environment which enables us to contemplate the mystery of God'.
What Do We Want from St George? A series of essays in the Guardian offer answers to this question about England's patron saint. There's a good collection of links for Georgetide at Thinking Anglicans.
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