Reflections Reflections

Biases and bunkers

“I suspect the tendency to very quickly retreat into our bunkers, and to start actively protecting ourselves by attacking ‘the opposition’ is driven, at least in part, by the way people feel so certain about their positions – such that if anyone disagrees, they must be fundamentally wrong,” says The Rev’d Andrew Schmidt

Features

Three deeds of Bishop Stone-Wigg

“It is a fitting time to acknowledge a man with a poor bodily constitution, but a mighty and priestly spirit,” says Archives Researcher Adrian Gibb of Bishop Stone-Wigg and his unique contributions to our Diocese

Out & About

Is God calling You? – Max becomes a priest

The Rev’d Max Lambourne, priest at St Alban’s Anglican Church, Wilston, talks about his vocation to priestly ministry for Vocations Month this September: “I walk alongside people. I meet people in the joys and fragility of life.”

Reflections

A small grass wren

The Rev’d Dr Graham Warren reflects on 19th Century Flinders Rangers’ history and lessons learnt when ‘conventional wisdom’ ignores science, thereby threatening the common good: “Were we to summon the courage to enter the fray, what would we have to say?…Christians, together with many others as communities of faith, are easily dismissed as irrelevant in an increasingly secular world – or so we are told.”