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The end of the road

In the last of the series, the Rev Richard Baxter considers whether a journey’s end is really a new beginning.


AROUND the coastline of Scotland, a number of places could lay claim to being the end of the road. The lighthouse at the tip of the Ardnamurchan peninsula, just beyond the village of Kilchoan, standing on the most westerly point of the British mainland is one such place. From Portmahomack there is the strange experience of looking back towards the east coast, seeing Dornoch and the Sutherland coastal villages from a vantage point to the east. John O’Groats, Dunnet Head, St Abbs Head and many other places also give the sensation of marking the end of the road.

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IN THIS ISSUE THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND AND BREXIT - What it means for the Kirk, at home and abroad There are so many questions’: A Church Elder in Brussels A DIVINE GIFT - The benefits of humour Plus much more across 60 pages