The Campaign for Southern Equality’s WE DO campaign is simply about asking for a marriage license and refusing to be turned away.
Day: October 30, 2011
“Parliament voted to reopen a debate on a bill that seeks to outlaw homosexuality that may be expanded to include the death penalty for gay people.”
The Bishop of London meets with protestors; St. Paul’s gives the go-ahead on a report critical of executive pay levels; and Bishop of Buckingham Alan Wilson speaks forthrightly on the Occupy movement.
There is an explosion in religiously-oriented apps. The New Yorker says that scripture and religious apps are downloaded more often than Angry Birds.
Granted, our initial attempts at regular Bible reading may feel clumsy, and our ability to cut into it incisively at first might seem a little tentative, but a good commentary, study Bible, or study group can act as a whetstone for the knife edge of our spiritual imaginations.