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Without resorting to reality, one can, given infinite time and resources, produce all conceivable theories. One of these theories is bound to be the “truth”. To decide among them, scientists conduct experiments and compare their results to predictions yielded by the theories. A theory is falsified when one or more of its predictions fails. No amount of positive results – i.e., outcomes that confirm the theory’s predictions – can “prove right” a theory. Theories can only be proven false by that great arbiter, reality.

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Without resorting to reality, one can, given infinite time and resources, produce all conceivable theories. One of these theories is bound to be the “truth”. To decide among them, scientists conduct experiments and compare their results to predictions yielded by the theories. A theory is falsified when one or more of its predictions fails. 

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Since our founding in 1655, the charity’s principle activity has been to make financial gifts to clergy and their households where there is particular hardship or need.  Please follow the links to find out more about the gifts we currently have available.

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Alongside the joys of a calling to ordination there can be many issues which affect clergy wellbeing.  Sons & Friends run a growing number of programmes that aim to promote and sustain the wellbeing of clergy and their dependents.  Explore our current Programmes here.

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Since our founding in 1655, the charity’s principle activity has been to make financial gifts to clergy and their households where there is particular hardship or need.  Please follow the links to find out more about the gifts we currently have available.

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Since our founding in 1655, the charity’s principle activity has been to make financial gifts to clergy and their households where there is particular hardship or need.  Please follow the links to find out more about the gifts we currently have available.

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Since our founding in 1655, the charity’s principle activity has been to make financial gifts to clergy and their households where there is particular hardship or need.  Please follow the links to find out more about the gifts we currently have available.

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We try to be as careful as possible with our finances, and yet often find ourselves struggling to stay within budget, particularly when significant utility bills and motoring costs arise.

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