England

We arrived Easter morning in London and made our way to Cambridge. It has been cloudy with occasional light rain. To stay awake, we walked to a local co-op for groceries and then through the city of Cambridge. Here’s a photo of King’s College Chapel. Unfortunately, we missed the morning services, which I’m sure would have been memorable. We heard church bells ringing in the early afternoon and toured several of the local sites. I did go back later that night for evening prayer – not to King’s College Chapel but to St. Mark’s, a church quite close to where we are staying.

Here’s a quote from A. E. Housman: “I find Cambridge an asylum, in every sense of the word.” I’m not sure what to say about that, but I am going to work on a chapter this morning. My co-author sent me her comments on the opening chapter on theological perspectives, so that’s what I’ll work on today.

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