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Let us pray for England, which once held aloft gospel light for others, but has now become dark; pray for her who once blessed the world, but has now become godless and spiritually feeble:

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I called at the Evangelical Library this month. This is a large collection of evangelical Protestant books located in a surprisingly modern trading estate in north London, and it is open to the public. I will not go into its origins, for this is well documented elsewhere, but I enjoyed a happy hour or so poring over tomes and reading about Lollardy in the north of England.

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London’s Central Criminal Courts are popularly known as the Old Bailey. It was built in 1902 but stands on the site of many older courthouses. It was opened by King Edward VII 1907 to much fanfare. Above the main entrance is inscribed the maxim:

Defend the Children of the Poor & Punish the Wrongdoer

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As we drove about the lanes of Cumberland last month, my companion and I stumbled across a rare sight in godless Britain: a new church. On its information board were the week’s meetings including youth work, a Sunday evening service and a midweek Bible Study. At the bottom were the wonderful words:

Proclaiming the good news of God’s grace

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Does anyone know what this means? I went to the loo at London’s Somerset House last week. I kind of thought that I was entering the right door, but that contradictory, weird symbol to the right made me doubt it. Meaningless symbols are worthless symbols; this one nicely sums up the state of modern Britain. 

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