by William Hurren. Sometimes as adults we forget that all our reflections on science and faith have a history and that we all came to this space by a long route, sometimes deep into childhood. In this blog we get
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Reading Tom McLeish in a time of Lent
by Nicola Hoggard Creegan. In 2021 one of the unintended consequences of the pandemic was that the Boyle lecture was streamed live to the world. This lecture was delivered by Prof. Mcleish (who recently died –see facebook). It was entitled “The
Sources of Truth: a reflection on the Magi
An Epiphany sermon by Silvia Purdie How did the Wise Men find the baby Jesus? What sources of truth did they use, and how might this inform our own discipleship? January 2023 Readings: Matthew 2: 1-12 Proverbs 8: 1-10 The
Why Am I So Stressed? Understand your stress response system
by Silvia Purdie Humans share with other animals a set of instant responses which protect us from threat. Our brains trigger our bodies to flight, fight or freeze before we have time to think. But when we get stuck in
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