Becoming a People of Grace and Welcome to All. This statement by one stream of our American counterparts could well be embraced by us here at Wembley Downs.
A fascinating, if brief taxonomy, that surely has counterparts amongst the vast spectrum of theists. Although running the usual risk of “boxing” people in rather than focusing on engagement in open conversations, such categorising can, ironically, help guard against simplistic assumptions. Behold, the six types of atheists – CNN Belief Blog – CNN.com Blogs.
Theologies confessed conservative and progressive views. Ancestries bore Asian, Anglo-Saxon, Indigenous and Middle Eastern perspectives. Close to one hundred delegates gathered from city and country, together with observers and invited guests. Daily worship drew on the full range of traditions present and held all together. Conversations were honest, bold and respectful, enabling discernment between convergingContinue reading “When churches confer nationally – NCCA 8th Forum”