Author: SurbAdmin

  If you can face it, I would recommend that you watch some of the BBC’s coverage of Yemen this weekend. Entitled “Starving Yemen”, the programmes demonstrate how the current civil war there is meaning that hundreds of thousands of children are moving from a state...

On Tuesday evenings at St Andrew's, in the "Glass Room". Sept 20th: Jesus, assumptions and reality Sept 27th: The Bible, what is it? Oct 4th: Jesus, death and resurrection Oct 11th: God: who is He? What is He? Is He? Oct 18th: Heaven, hell: this world and the next Oct 25th:...

Something rare and refreshing took place at Prime Minister’s Questions. It was a genuine moral clash. As it happened, it took place about grammar schools. On the one side, Theresa May was arguing for their reintroduction. At present, she argued, the only way to get a...

“The ends justify the means” is a well known proverb. It’s one that Immanuel Kant took issue with: according to his ethics, you cannot differentiate between the two. Someone has termed this: “the means is the end” i.e. while a utilitarian would argue that it’s good...

Flying Circus Group on Thursday 22nd September will visit the Viewing Gallery in the new “Switch House” extension of the Tate Modern Gallery on the South Bank. Admission free.  We meet as usual for coffee at 10.00 am in Weatherspoon’s Coronation Hall, St Mark’s Hill. All...