The cross is not a sword- it is the key that open the human heart. ©Gavin Ashenden.

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I was walking through Gatwick airport  at about the same time as the bombs were going off at Brussels’ airport. The people who died in Belgium would have been sipping their very early morning coffee about the same time as I was mine, before setting off for their flights. I was luckier with my airport than they were with theirs. So I am still here; and they are not. Continue reading “The cross is not a sword- it is the key that open the human heart. ©Gavin Ashenden.”

The Bishop of Grantham and the eroticisation of the Church of England. © Gavin Ashenden

It was normal in serious Christianity that when you encountered Jesus and gave your life to him you would ask to be baptised.

In your dying to your old life and starting afresh with a new way of living and loving and being loved, you would take a new name – a Christian name. Perhaps the name of someone who had achieved great things for the kingdom of heaven. Continue reading “The Bishop of Grantham and the eroticisation of the Church of England. © Gavin Ashenden”

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