Monthly Archives: June 2008

C.S. Lewis on marriage and divorce

‘Before leaving the question of divorce, I should like to distinguish two things which are very often confused.  The Christian conception of marriage is one: the other is the quite different question — how far Christians, if they are voters … Continue reading

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Wolfhart Pannenberg: What will heaven be like?

‘In the renewed world that is the target of eschatological hope the difference between God and creature will remain, but that between the holy and profane will be totally abolished . . . The goal of the act of creation … Continue reading

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Review: ‘Left to Tell: Discovering God Amidst the Rwandan Holocaust’ by Immaculée Ilibagiza

‘Left to Tell: Discovering God Amidst the Rwandan Holocaust’ by Immaculée Ilibagiza ‘Left to Tell’ is the personal story of a Rwandan woman’s journey.  She tells this dramatic story from her recollection of growing up in Rwanda, her challenges as … Continue reading

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Book Review: ‘Painting the Word : Christian Pictures and Their Meanings’ by John Drury

‘Painting the Word : Christian Pictures and Their Meanings’ by John Drury While not a large volume, this is nonetheless a beautifully illustrated book in which the author, Dean of Christ Church, Oxford, does not just pick symbols out of … Continue reading

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