Category Archives: Reformation

Street Pastors

Who is this describing:  out on the streets;  wearing everyday clothes;  making friends with everybody and anybody;  proclaiming the Good News in deed and action;  trying to work out their relation to the organised churches;  likely to revive the church … Continue reading

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Found in translation

It’s the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible this year, and  Edinburgh Diocese held a superb day conference to celebrate it.   We looked at translation, the choosing of  the canon (which books were in the Bible and which not), how to … Continue reading

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The other Reformation kirk

The 450th anniversary of the 1560 Scottish Reformation Parliament was marked throughout yesterday by a conference, service in St Giles and reception at Edinburgh Castle.  It was a landmark in many ways – trying to find a language in which … Continue reading

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