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TWO EXILED PREACHERS

One of the amazing things about the blogosphere is that even after a while blogging one can discover blogs of which one has never heard and that are absolute gems. My assistant Ian Clary e-mailed me about the blog of Guy Davies of Westbury, Wiltshire: “The Exiled Preacher.” I confess I had never even heard of it. But it is excellent.

Pastor Davies is a Welshman living in what he calls “voluntary exile” in Wiltshire. On St. Patrick’s Day—that celebrates another voluntary exile, namely Patrick the Romano-Brit, living in exile in Ireland for the sake of the Gospel—it is an appropriate find.