The March 6 edition of The Living Church is available online to registered subscribers. The Rev. Mark Clavier writes in the cover story, “Encountering God in Wales”:

I sat next to my tent admiring the way the wind tickled the surface of Llyn Cau in the fading Autumn sunlight. There was no noise except for the wind, the occasional frantic flap of ravens swooping from the summit of Cadair Idris, and the regular bleating of sheep — not a car or airplane could be heard and so one could easily imagine that time had no meaning in the craggy amphitheater of Cwm Cau. My view and the sounds that echoed around me were now as they surely must have been 100, 500, or even 1,000 years ago. What do the wind, sheep, and ravens know of our time? “Eternity has no time. It is itself all time,” Tertullian has written. Here I could see he was right.

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