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The St Cuthbert Gospel part 2

As described in part 1 of this article, the St Cuthbert Gospel has a unique provenance; for four centuries it lay next to the body of St Cuthbert inside the wooden coffin that contained his remains from 698 to 1104. … Continue reading

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Rolling the stone from the well: the work of Bible translators

While not a great fan of breakfast meetings, I am always open to persuasion. Which is how I found myself leaving the house at seven yesterday morning to catch a bus to the Emmanuel Centre in Westminster, for the inaugural … Continue reading

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Handwritten Bible goes electronic

The Handwritten Bible is the Methodist Church’s contribution to the ‘Year of the Bible’ – celebrating 400 years of the Authorised Version (“King James”) of the Bible. Chapters were divided between circuits who were also encouraged to find artistic ways of … Continue reading

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The Unreconciled

Big thumbs up to Churches Together in Britain and Ireland (CTBI) for the excellent Lent resource they have produced in partnership with BBC radio. Archway Bible Study starts up again next Thursday (like me they had a sabbatical) and I … Continue reading

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One language, many voices

Today was a bit wet, which made it the perfect sort of day to head off to one of London’s museums. We’re very fortunate to have some of the best museums and galleries in the world just a bus ride … Continue reading

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