During the Second World War, Winston Churchill was Britain’s Prime Minister. At the same time, William Temple was Archbishop of Canterbury. While Churchill led the country against Germany, Temple encouraged the British people to trust the Lord for their deliverance and strength. Like Churchill, Temple was a great leader, a gifted orator and a prolific … Continue reading William Temple, Archbishop of Canterbury, WW2
Priest, Apologist, Teacher Richard Hooker lived at a critical time for the Church of England and became one of the most important English theologians of the 16th century, providing the Church of England with a theological method which combined the claims of revelation, reason, and tradition. Traditionally, he has been credited as the originator of … Continue reading Giving Thanks for Richard Hooker – 3rd November
Parish Boundaries – Marks & Spencer, Oxford It was on an early morning visit to M&S, Queen Street, Oxford, when few shoppers were about, that we came across this metal plaque set into the floor; within a short period of time, customers would be queueing to pay for their shopping and probably explains why it … Continue reading A Little Marks & Sparks Mystery!