Tag Archives: Christianity

A Fatal End?…

* The Druids of Erin, so the story goes, Long prophesied the coming of St Patrick. They told it in this way… * Continue reading at France and Vincent

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Whitby Weekend: Within the Abbey

We did not visit the Church of St Mary, perched on the edge of the cliffs. I have to wonder for how much longer it will stand and was glad to have spent some time there on our previous visit … Continue reading

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The Plight of Black Conn… Stuart France

* I, alone with White Feline Each of us one of a kind… * Her’s a mind on hunting, set Mine is on my pet subject… * What a curious thing to see Kept at task so still, we can … Continue reading

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Yearning ~ rickyracer #writephoto

This photo reminds me of our lives linked into Jesus! That He fills us continually!! That we flow from Him. Continue reading at Faith2Faith

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Religious Endeavour: Metaphors… Stuart France

* “The meta-language of religion is story. * The meta-language of Christianity is history. * Continue reading at Stuart France

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Entomology… Stuart France

* The Kingdom… * * is like the smallest of seeds… * * which if it falls on receptive soil… * Continue reading at Stuart France

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God-Man… Stuart France

* …“But the Angles were a British tribe, right? And the Saxons were German?” We are back in Wen’s study after the half triumph of the first of our Glastonbury talks, which aside from a few timing problems, went as … Continue reading

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In-and-Out of Time… Stuart France

* ‘Joseph of Arimathea a wealthy Metal Merchant first traded here for lead and copper from Priddy and Greenore in the Mendips, and for tin from Cornwall. The two former would ship from Pilton’s Harbour which was situated just below … Continue reading

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Nick of Time… Stuart France

* …On our way back through Little Kimble, we pass St. Nicks of Ellesborough. There are banners and notices outside the churchyard proclaiming that tomorrow the church and its tower will be open to the public and that for a … Continue reading

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Drawing a dark veil…

“Tell Augustine that he should be no means destroy the temples of the gods but rather the idols within those temples. Let him, after he has purified them with holy water, place altars and relics of the saints in them. … Continue reading

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