A rather belated post, as I’ve been just too busy recently to complete my thoughts on this issue: I’ve been watching with interest the ongoing debate about MP pay. I am, as I’ve said before in awe of anyone who puts themselves forward for public office, for though the few bad eggs are the one’s… Continue reading There’s something funny
Some time ago I met up unexpectedly with James Lawrence from CPAS at the 2011 CRE. At the time I was in my first year of a new post, having finished my curacy and taken the role as team vicar in my current parish. James asked me if I could write a few things about… Continue reading Transitions
I recently posted about my changing views, understanding of the theology of human sexuality. I deliberatly did not enter directly into the question of marriage. This is partly because, despite nearly 15 years of experience as a married man, I still don’t really feel equipped to comment directly on the nature of marriage. While I… Continue reading Uneven Ground
A very unusual thing happened to me today. During a debate on twitter about women priests and bishops I was called liberal. This is a first for me! Now much as I love the West Wing – I personally have never liked the term liberal, neither do I consider myself liberal. Far from it. Now… Continue reading Illiberal liberalism
Ratryn is off on her first Arrow Leadership residential tomorrow. You can read about how she’s getting on with arrow here I am really excited for her, I did the Arrow programme myself back in 2009-10 and its the single most foundational thing I have done on terms om my leadership and living a fully… Continue reading All alone.