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The sanctity of speech

The first Person to speak in our shared scriptures, appropriately, is God.

“Let there be light,” God said, in the first chapter of Genesis. And then,

“Let us make humanity in our image.”

And God blessed them, and it was very good.

 

The second person to speak, in the second chapter of Genesis, in the second creation story, is the man, welcoming his partner, his other; the image of God.

 

The third person to speak, in the third chapter, is the serpent. “God lied to […]

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Stunt or stumble?

“Has the CofE simply proved itself the latest in a long line of canny PR operators, happy to stir up a stink and reap the press-attention whirlwind?”

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