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What’s Good for the Community

What’s Good for the Community

Day 3 of Learning Together in Prison Go to day 1 Go to day 2 By the time the third session of the course arrived, I realised I had no idea what my new friends in prison did every day when we aren’t together studying. All I knew was that they have no internet access or...

Recognising the Humanity in Everyone

Recognising the Humanity in Everyone

Day 2 of Learning Together in prison Go to day 1 ‘Perceptions are so powerful – they can change the world’, says Philip (not his real name). Our perceptions of other people affect how we treat them, which in turn affect how they treat us. My second day on the Learning...

What I Learned in Prison

What I Learned in Prison

Day 1 of Learning Together in Prison Go to day 2 “There’s a stigma against people like us,” said James (not his real name). “People assume we’re horrible, rude and unfriendly. But they don’t come inside to see what we’re really like. We’re just the same as everyone...

The Problem of Evil

The Problem of Evil

Many have lost their faith, others never had faith, for this reason. It appears as a blatant contradiction at the heart of Christian theology. How can we say that God is good, and that nothing is impossible for him, when so many things happen that no good God would...

The Worthiness of God

The Worthiness of God

At a recent church retreat, we were given the topic "The Worthiness of God" and asked to write a short reflection. I decided to write from a philosophical point of view. The Bible reference at the end is Paul quoting a Greek poet. Slowly, slowly I gain consciousness,...

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