I see you and me as pilgrims in a beautiful, intriguing and often perplexing world. We have inherited political, cultural, social and religious stories. How are we to make sense of them? You have a unique story to tell – a unique perspective from which to view the world. You are invited to tell your story and to share your insights at this website. I think of myself as a pilgrim in pursuit of goodness, truth, beauty and genuine insight. I hope you will engage in the discussion of my blog, books, features and articles – especially if you are on a similar pilgrimage.
"With warmth, perception and sympathy, Roger Steer describes the life long journey of John Stott."
Jeremy Vine on Inside Story
We are grateful to the Victorians who built the paths which take us up Capstone Hill in Ilfracombe. If you took a stroll there, say in 1865, you might have seen a tall, slim gentleman, in his sixtieth year,...Continue reading this entry →
St Boniface, who was born in or near Crediton around the year 675, went on to play a central role in the conversion to Christianity of what we now call Germany. But he is also important as we think about...Continue reading this entry →
Heavitree, when I grew up there, had been for many years a suburb of Exeter. But when Richard Hooker (1554-1600) was born there, Heavitree was separated from Devon’s county town by fields and meadows. Richard Hooker proved to be an...Continue reading this entry →
Inside Story: The Life of John Stott
Jeremy Vine’s verdict: “Scrupulously researched, vividly written, this book lights up the character of the man with the longest shadow in the modern church.”
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