#Janathon Day 13 – Long words

IMG_4350Today, some empirical theologians united in a corner of North Wales to discuss phenomenological hermeneutics (what’s going on, and how we interpret that), Ordinary Theology (how people talk about God), Collective Worship in Schools (that’s assembly in old speak) and generally proved that if we can use jargon and then deconstruct it, we will. It’s been a fascinating, but very long day, so Janathon happened late. The photo is what I saw on my walk.

It was perishing cold, which may have led to my remarkably quick pace.

Distance 1.48 miles
Pace 18:00 mins/mile (told you it was quick!)
Phone calls home during walk: 1
People met: 0 zero none

View as I returned to Gladstone’s LibraryIMG_4349


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