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Evangelicals and Evolution: Closing the Gap
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The Widow’s Tale: How I Almost Lost My Faith
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My Thoughts on the Mary McAleese Affair
As a theologian I found myself particularly interested in Mary McAleese’s statement about the hierarchy having reduced Christ “to this
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Religious Indoctrination Irish Style (Part 2)
If you read part 1 here’s part 2 So what exactly is religious indoctrination? Well first of all it’s important
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My Take on the Stephen Fry/Blasphemy Affair
I happened to see  the controversial “Meaning of Life” programme in which Stephen Fry went on a rant about the nature
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The Dual Face of Western Christianity: Is the Church of Jesus Christ Gradually Defeating the Roman Empire?
Please be aware that this is an opinion piece which takes an informed but personal view of the historical progress
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For International Women’s Day: More Confessions Of a Politically Incorrect Feminist Theologian
  As I explained in previous posts, the difficulties involved in being a feminist in a religious, patriarchal environment can
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What We Can Learn From The Cologne Incident: Political Feminism Is Vindicated, and Religion is Highly Relevant to Culture
‘   The mass sexual assaults in Cologne by North African migrants have elicited criticisms of the relatively muted reaction
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2015 in review
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable
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Confessions of a Politically Incorrect Feminist Theologian (1)
  Faith and Feminism Can Make Strange Bedfellows  Published in On Religion Magazine Issue 12, Autumn 2015  www.OnlineReligion.co.uk Twitter: @OnReligionMag
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