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Blinded by grace?

by Val Barron

12/07/2019 11:19

William Temple scholar Val Barron reflects on the importance of both giving and receiving in light of a recent event on gift-giving. I’m blinded by your grace I’m blinded by your grace, by your grace I’m blinded by your grace I’m blinded by your These words have been playing constantly in our home since Stormzy […]


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How to debug theology?

by John Reader

14/06/2019 09:00

Associate Research Fellow John Reader reviews ‘Humankind: Solidarity with Nonhuman People’ by philosopher Timothy Morton and wonders whether his search for a new ontology could also revitalise theology. Are humans any different? Why is it that we draw boundaries between humans and nonhumans, between life and nonlife, between the organic and the inorganic? These are […]


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Lies and damned lies about statistics

by John Henry

31/05/2019 09:00

John Henry, an ordinand at Ripon College Cuddesdon, makes a passionate moral case for increasing our statistical literacy. Do you love statistics? Do you get excited at the idea of analysing a couple of million rows of data to understand what is going on? Or examining a complex set of charts with lots of correlation […]


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