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Institutions today in the Western world must come to grips with the reality of the increasing appeal of the local.

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The Revd Lynda Barley is the Church of England’s Head of Research and Statistics. Who knew the Church of England had a “Head of Research and Statistics”?

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I know the US is not Canada. But it is likely that, though the numbers are vastly different, the trends in charitable giving are similar in the two countries.

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Dear Christopher,

I attended your church today and wanted to share my impression.

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Diana Butler-Bass, has a PhD from Duke University and writes prolifically on the history of religion and the contemporary church in North America.

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In her novel Suite Francaise, Irene Nemirovsky tells the story of Maurice and Jeanne as they struggle to survive in the face of the Nazi occupation of Paris.

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There are times when a comment on a blog post unfolds a whole new direction of wisdom and insight. This happened on Thursday in response to the “Will Love Change You?” post. https://inaspaciousplace.wordpress.com/2012/06/21/will-love-change-you/

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Spiritual traditions seem to agree that the human brain poses a problem and a potential obstacle in the spiritual life.

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Will love change your life? Should love change your life? At least one young woman thinks the proper answer to these questions is “No”.

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It is that time of year again. It comes around every twelve months – the requirement to submit a “Personal Ministry Review” to the Bishop.

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