Only two more chapters to go after this, and the big themes of the book have come into focus for me. Judgment and mercy. Come to think of it, those are probably my only themes. This is the stretch of theological wall I seem to need to bang my head against. Sometimes I think that writers don't really get to choose. I also reflect upon wash day and housework in this chapter, however. Enjoy! http://unseenthingsabove.blogspot.co.uk/2014/11/chapter-29.html
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This is a window into the weird world of Anglicanism, as experienced on a Cathedral Close. Has anything much happened since Trollope's Barchester Chronicles? You will still see the 'canon in residence' hurrying across to choral Evensong, robes flapping, as the late bell chimes. But look carefully and you will notice he is checking the football score on his iPhone as he runs. This is also a writer's blog. It charts the agony and ecstasy of the novelist's life. And it's a fighter's blog. It charts the agony and ecstasy of the judo mat. Well, the agony, anyway.
Sunday, 23 November 2014
THE END IS NIGH...
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Only the most important themes then! In other news I'm a bit confused about the timetable, as I thought next Sunday is Advent Sunday.ReplyDelete
It is, of course; but I'm writing a week after the event. Next chapter is Stir-up Sunday.Delete
Ah, ok - that makes sense now!Delete