Hope For A Broken Nation – Lessons in Rebuilding

Imagine the scene: it’s 520-ish BCE and you’re in Jerusalem. It’s amazing that you’re there at all. Seventy-odd years earlier, the Babylonian Empire had swept through Jerusalem, forced the people of Israel into exile, and torn down the Lord’s house, the temple. But now, you’re back. The Babylonian Empire has been defeated, and the Persian … More Hope For A Broken Nation – Lessons in Rebuilding

No Trick, All Treat

A fun game my fellow trainee priests and I like to play is ‘What’s Your Favourite Heresy?’ I’m quite a fan of Pelagianism myself. This is the heresy that original sin did not corrupt human beings and that we don’t need God’s help in knowing good from evil. It’s since evolved to become the view … More No Trick, All Treat

A Theological College Like No Other

GUEST POST:// Jordan McDermott is an Ordinand from Blackburn Diocese studying at the College of the Resurrection, Mirfield – he is going into his second year. Jordan enjoys Cricket and Football, as well as being a Music Graduate. His biggest loves are Becky, Smelly Cheese, proper beverages and Shetland, Scotland. *** The College of the Resurrection, … More A Theological College Like No Other