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A Prince and an Abuser

I made a decision that I would not allow my equilibrium to be disturbed by watching what many have now called the...

The Jonathan Fletcher story continues

This blog piece does not begin with some breakthrough news on the Jonathan Fletcher story.  This is a continuation of the narrative...

Silence about Smyth and Fletcher — What is happening in the Evangelical abuse review?

It was announced on 12 Aug 2018 by the Church of England that there would be a review into the case of...

Congregational dynamics and murder

A murder story, widely reported last week in the Press, would not normally have attracted any comment from this blog.  But the...

Who has power in the Church of England?

At the conclusion of a very well-written piece about the Matt Ineson affair , Martin Sewell asks a pertinent question.  Who is in...

An ethically challenged Church? Bullying and threats and the Church of England

Among the many documents attached to the recent IICSA hearings was an email correspondence dating back to 2015 between a survivors’ group...

Joining up the dots – the Jonathan Fletcher story

The Internet is a great provider of information.  Of course, there are to be found in it lies, rumours and falsehoods.  We...

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Message from the Vestry of Truro Parish to the...

On 8 Dec 2019 the Junior Warden of Truro Parish, Ken Schutz, read to the congregation a letter announcing the resignation of...

Pakistani Christians falsely accused of blasphemy

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Christians in fear of Pakistan blasphemy laws

Six months since Asia Bibi fled Pakistan, reports highlight the plight of blasphemy accused.

Has the Upcoming Moderator Election Influenced the Filing of...

In the space of less than one month the Karnataka Central Diocese (KCD), acting on behalf of the...