Pub Theology

Here’s a really good article in the Newark Advertiser about our Pub Theology sessions. Why not come along and see what it’s like? Next session Thursday 27 June and then the last Thursday in each month. A beer and the big questions please landlord ­­— theology over a pint By Dan Churcher – d.churcher@newarkadvertiser.co.uk Published: 13:19, 24 May 2019  | Updated: 13:23, 24 May 2019 Pub … Continue reading Pub Theology

Credo

Here’s the text of my latest article for the Newark Advertiser published on 08 September 2017. Mark Taylor This column’s title – ‘Credo’ – means ‘I believe’. Everyone has beliefs. These can be opinions, or confidence in something that can’t be proved. Many religious people have a set of beliefs, and sometimes these are gathered together in statements that are called creeds. Of course there … Continue reading Credo

Credo article

This is the text of my latest ‘Credo’ article which appeared in the Newark Advertiser on Thursday 29 June.   Just 4 weeks ago I retired following a career of 39 years in Local Government. As people at work heard about my imminent departure (at a relatively early age) almost without exception they asked me – ‘What are your plans for retirement?’ This early on … Continue reading Credo article

Credo

Below is an article that I wrote for the ‘Credo’ column in the Newark Advertiser. It appeared in the 24 February 2017 edition.   We are living in interesting times, at least as far as politics is concerned. In this country we are still coming to terms with what Brexit means (although the Prime Minister assures us it means Brexit).  Just this week we had … Continue reading Credo

The Reith Lectures

Yesterday I listened to this year’s first Reith Lecture by Kwame Anthony Appiah.  The lecture series is about identity, and the first lecture concentrated on religious identity. Appiah made some very interesting points about the nature of religion and belief, about the relationships between different faiths and the role and interpretation of scripture. Worth a listen whether you are of a religious frame of mind … Continue reading The Reith Lectures