Wednesday, July 6, 2016


Discussed in the Washington Post of all places.


  1. Interesting article: a fault-line between two strikingly different world-views. The Church of England has a "Deliverance Minister" specially appointed to each diocese, and my wife (who is training to be an Anglican priest) tells me that most of their work in that area is sifting out the cases of mental illness. I've met the Deliverance Minister for our diocese and attended a course with him. He's such an ordinary man, it is genuinely difficult to imagine him dealing with anything other than routine parish business.

    1. I'm a believer, partly from first hand experience. I would say more but such matters are better imparted face to face.