Having to walk to church would not be persecution!

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I can’t believe that I’ve found myself writing that headline – but you’d be surprised at the number of times that the obvious needs spelling out.  For context, the IEA have been setting out some recommendations about how to tackle the current energy crisis which is expected to get worse as a result of the… Continue reading Having to walk to church would not be persecution!

On your bike – what are the real obstacles?

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I got into one of those circular arguments with someone the other day which leaves you with a sore head. The context was the COP26 discussion about electric vehicles and the argument by some that we need to focus our attention more on things likme public transport and “active transport” – by which they mean… Continue reading On your bike – what are the real obstacles?

Creation and the environment

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If this creation is made by God and we are placed in it to look after it, to rule over it, subdue it and to fill it, to keep it and till it, then what implications does this have for our approach to the environment and ecology? Care for Creation as worship Chris Wright notes… Continue reading Creation and the environment