Justin Welby: ‘The abolition of the global – learning to live in the world in one city’

This is pretty good, albeit long. Note that Archbishop Welby starts at about the 18:00 mark.

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12 Responses to Justin Welby: ‘The abolition of the global – learning to live in the world in one city’

  1. Theologically we must not afraid to take on modernity & postmodernity, but again too many are afraid of it! But the historical church is right in the middle of its own Apostasy! Indeed where are our true spiritual leaders and theolog’s?

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    • *be afraid

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      • I am always something of the old dyslexic! 😉

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        • the unit says:

          Fr. Robert we all knew you “slipped the clutch”, and knew you meant the “be afraid” Oh heck, now I got to ‘splain the slipped the clutch thang as a high school boy from the ’50’s. 🙂

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        • Unit, thanks… my wife says I am an old intellectual type, with a “slipped clutch”! Great metaphor btw for us baby-boomers! 😉 And btw too, I literally blew a few clutches in my time! (Cars)

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        • I had an old MG that used to kinda eat “clutches”!

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        • NEO says:

          I had a Volvo 444 that ate its transmission and clutch every time you put it in reverse. Perverse car, never did figure it out.

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        • Yes, them were the car days! Between a girl-friend and a car, one was somewhat broke!

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        • NEO says:

          Somewhat? You piker! 🙂

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        • I always did try to keep a Five Pound Note, hidden in my wallet! Btw, to hell with the euro! Now its an American C Note (100.00 bucks!)

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        • NEO says:

          Yep, when I was young it was a sawbuck. Now it’s a 100, a sad commentary itself.

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  2. the unit says:

    Interesting comments. Still I probably only one to put the clutch plate in backwards, springs against the flywheel. Ed Sullivan would say a …really big shew. 🙂

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