Saturday, June 11, 2005


On Thursday and Friday I went to the UK Anabaptist Network Theology Forum meeting at a retreat centre near Leamington Spa. It's a diverse group of people, overflows with thoughtful and prayerful generosity, and tackles some tough issues -- this time including the legacy of Menno Simons and the question of suffering, and a session on "unbiblical evangelicalism" (led by writer Veronica Zundel). I am one of a number of Anglicans who attend, albeit with strong Mennonite links. It was particularly good to meet up with Graham Old, and to discover the face behind the Leaving Munster site (which is well worth a look), and also to learn about Organic Church. These will be added to my permalinks.

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