CAUTE — A free-spirit archeology of morning

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An early winter walk around Wandlebury Hill Fort and along the Roman Road to Copley Hill bowl barrow

Along the Roman Road Today was a pearl of an early winter’s day so I decided to take the opportunity on one of my days off to cycle up to the Gog Magog Hills and Wandlebury Hill Fort and then to walk

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black and white photography hauntology Wandlebury Enigma Fuji X100F monochrome Gog Magog Hills bronze-age barrow Copley Hill Hydriotaphia Thomas Browne Wandlebury Hill Fort William Alwyn

“The midmost hangs for love”—being a brief autobiographical piece about my own journey to “Christian atheism” or “ecstatic humanism”

East window in St Michael's Kirby-le-Soken A couple of times in church in recent weeks I have been asked about my own journey to Christian atheism or, as my last address more gently put it, to the ado

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Unitarian Jesus religious naturalism Lucretius Wittgenstein Address Ernst Bloch Epicurus Spinoza Christian Atheism Heidegger Kirby-le-Soken Death of God Ecstatic Humanism A. E. Housman Free Christian

The case for an Ecstatic Humanism—being “skeptics with naturally religious minds” or “open-minded ‘reverent’ humanists”

The Memorial Church, Cambridge in early winter afternoon sunlight READING Last week some of you will recall that I introduced you to a passage by the philosopher Henry Bugbee, a key part of which used

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Religious Humanism Address Ernst Bloch freethinking Christian Atheism Henry Bugbee Paul Tillich James W. Woelfel Ecstatic Humanism open-minded Ronald Hepburn skeptics

A few photos of a wild and windy early winter saunter through Fulbourn Fen and along Fleam Dyke

Wadlow Wind Farm from Mutlow Hill Yesterday I went off on my bicycle to Fulbourn Fen in order to saunter quietly along one of my favourite paths which runs along the top of Fleam Dyke to Mutlow Hill.

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colour photos black and white photography Fleam Dyke Fulbourn Fen Henry Bugbee Daniel W. Conway Mutlow Hill Fuji X100F monochrome Friends of the Roman Road and Fleam Dyke The Inward Morning

Not TINA but TATIANA — An advent address to prepare for the celebration of a lower case “c” christmas

The Advent Star now alight in the manse READINGS: Matthew 3:1-3 Dietrich Bonhoeffer in a letter written to his fiancée from his prison cell in Tegel Prison on December 13th 1943: Waiting is an art tha

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Christmas peace Future Advent Address Franco "Bifo" Berardi Yanis Varoufakis Henry Bugbee Gospel of Matthew TINA Denise Levertov Dietrich Bonhoeffer TATIANA The Inward Morning