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The Mystery of Life and God

The Very Rev Dr James Simp son considers the roots of faith.

IN “As You Like It”, Shakespeare says there are ‘tongues in trees, books in running brooks and sermons in stones.”

Honeymooners touring the Highlands on a glorious summer day would probably agree with Shakespeare. But one wonders what the tongues would say if a falling tree killed one of them, or how the book might read if one drowned in a brook. One wonders also what Goliath might have made of the sermon in stone, when the stone hit him square in the middle of the forehead.

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