Samuel Wells is the vicar of St. Martin-in-the-Fields in London and author of Learning to Dream Again.
The debate about Scottish independence fits neatly into the categories the academic discipline of ethics likes to produce.
"Sam!" she says. She's greeting me as if I changed her life. Unfortunately, I haven't a clue who she is.
Rowan Williams favors a kind of secularism that requires an honest broker to mediate and manage genuine difference, rather than one that aspires to little more than maximized choice.
Maybe this is your real prayer for others and for yourself. “Make this trial and tragedy a glimpse of your glory, a window into your world.”
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