After a busy Christmas and some down time with the family, I am happy to start posting more content on the blog.

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Today’s three articles are:

Prophetic Pagan Pointers in Narnia – This article in the Inklings section looks at the “pagan” elements in Narnia and Middle Earth and explains how they are reconciled to C.S.Lewis and Tolkien’s Christian world view.

Church of England Quo Vadis– This discussion of the present state of the Church of England uses the ordination of the first woman bishop as a springboard. The CofE now has women bishops. What does this mean for the cause of church unity?

Who Wrote Mark? – is published in the Bible Study section of the Archived Articles. It looks at the authorship and date of the Gospel of Mark and explains why it must have an early date and traditional authorship.

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