Trushare Files  No. 183

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NEW DIRECTIONS: 

August 2010

 

 

Parish Directory

 

Lorna Ashworth's book is now available from Trushare

@£2.50 including p&p [see below]

 

 

Lorna Ashworth, a lay member of General Synod, has published this short booklet, Beyond Equal Rights, on the issue of Equality and Justice, with special reference to the use likely to be made of it in the forthcoming General Synod debate on the Revision Committee's Report in York.

Her book, written from an Evangelical standpoint, provides a scrupulously balanced resumé of the argument often advanced by proponents of the Ordination of women to the Episcopate on the grounds of 'Gender Equality'.

Lorna demonstrates convincingly that this argument cannot possibly bear the weight which is being placed upon it in this particular context.

 

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LEAD STORY

An Anglican future in the Catholic Church

 

Aidan Nichols reflects on the Church of England and the Ordinariate, and the conversion of England

FEATURES

Why so angry

Ed Tomlinson wonders why the liberals are unable to celebrate their victory at York and remain so angry

Singing the blues Alan Edwards asks which film should be named and Anglican classic
The law as friend Robert Van Der Weyer explains why a free province is still perfectly possible in law
That's their funeral Christopher Idle on hymns and lay spirituality
Notes from a meeting Ronald Crane reports from the meeting with the Bishop of Nottingham
Story-telling Mark Stevens explains why Philip Pullman's latest book fails to be plausible, even when judged as a story
Building for God How they did it in the Middle Ages
PC – CofE – RIP? George Austin on the prioritization of political correctness in the women bishops debate in General Synod
Sanctuary Paul Griffin on the unfortunate limitations of the sanctuary offered by the CofE

Is it funny?

Paul Griffin asks whether people are too quick to take offence at religious humour
A hole in your bucket Geoffrey Kirk on the value of ecclesiastical leaks
Not quite the truth Digby Anderson on the  subtle complications of telling the truth 
From elsewhere Iran: Resignation letter; Zimbabwe: Pilgrimage blocked; New Zealand: KJS visit; Wales KJS visit; Canada: Continuers positive
Views, reviews & previews Art: RAW; Sargent and the Sea 
CD: Fowey Retreats
TV: Rev
Books: Living Jesus; Reason, Faith and Revolution; Absence of Mind

REGULARS

DEVOTIONAL Florence Allshorn on God's rhythm in the world
HEARING THE WORD Patrick Reardon on Jesus' anger
SACRED VISION Nigel Anthony on Louis Brea
TRAWLING THE NET Ed Tomlinson on the misreporting of the Vatican's recent clarification
FAITH OF OUR FATHERS Arthur Middleton on the inseparability of doctring and conduct
THE WAY WE LIVE NOW Geoffrey Kirk on the problems of the liberals' victory
SECULAR LITURGIES Tom Sutcliffe on the decline of the critic
TOUCHING PLACE Simon Cotton on St Savin-sur-Gartempe
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Footnotes

 

Sermon Salad: 
an Hors d'oeuvre 
of over three hundred homilies for many occasions

 

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