Pious claptrap and hand-wringing sanctimonious drivel. If that is what you are expecting you are going to be sadly disappointed. These meditations from a parish priest are witty, erudite, self-deprecating, eloquent and thoughtful. They are even quite short. Strangely Warmed? Yes, actually, I was --Ian Hislop
About the Author
Andrew Rumsey is an Anglican parish priest, currently Vicar of Gipsy Hill in South London. A performer and speaker at the Greenbelt Festival for 20 years, he is also a member of the Fulcrum Council of Reference, a former Trustee of and continuing contributor to Third Way magazine, a columnist for www.ship-of-fools.com and a member of the Advisory Board of Lapido Media (a media organisation promoting religious literacy in world affairs). Previous publications: Homing In: Poems by Andrew Rumsey (Paternoster Press, 1998); Particularity and the call to attention in Beholding the Glory (DLT/Baker Books, 2000); plus numerous articles in Third Way, Theology, Anvil and the satirical website Ship of Fools (where some of the pieces originated).