This is where it all started in 2011.
I hadn't had much to do with Church or Christianity for over 10 years. But a change in my personal circumstances, and moving to within sight of my favourite Cathedral, gave me space to sit down and write what I now wanted to say. These reflections on the Psalms, the most evidently human part of the Bible, gave me the opportunity to explore what a 'humanist spirituality' within the Christian tradition might look like.
The book is no longer available but you are welcome to download the PDF below and let me know what you think, bearing in mind that this was where the current journey began, not necessarily where it has reached since then.
SCHOOL ATTENDANCE AND ABSENCE. I still offer an opportunty to self-train, even at home! This resource may help you plan for ensuring best practice when things return to normal.
My Study and Review pack is FREE during the school shutdown. This is sent to you by email and contains a Power Point (with delivery Notes) and supporting reading, advice and activities. Request via CONTACT ME.
This website now reflects only my other main continuing interest. Can Christianity and its central figure mean anything to those who are not convinced that conventional ideas of 'God' and religion take us where we need to go as modern, thoughtful human beings?
WHITTER is back with my occasional thoughts on life, the Church and Christianity. Current topic: 'Barriers and Bridges'.
On the HONEST TO GOD page you will find a set of free discussion Notes on this classic book from the 1960s. Have we actually heard what it has to say yet?
WALKING WITHOUT GOD is where it all restarted for me. My first book from 2011: a series of short humanist reflections on selected Psalms, now a free download.
Friendly FEEDBACK is always very welcome. Please let me know if you have found my ideas interesting and helpful.
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