We all remember the Radiohead song creep. Thom Yorke managed to sum up a generations fears and anxiety in such a poignant manner. I recently stumbled upon a reworking of an acoustic version on youtube. Take a look at the flash animation video and see what you think.
This film has a strange beginning but keep going. It is all about that entrepreneur we harbour inside but expressed through our art. I haven’t seen anything so affirmatory in a loooooooong time!
I was intrigued by a post over on Jonny Baker’s blog about a glossy magazine version of the bible. I ordered it weeks ago but missed the post and had no way of collecting it from the sorting office until the wonderful wife went and picked it up on her way home from work. I
I have just been reading many of the thoughts of Mark Russell in the church times. Many are down to the question of rebranding the church army and the possibility of becoming a religious order to clarify the role that the Church Army has. I don’t think that the militaristic image is always helpful… but
Things Jesus Didn’t Say Originally uploaded by thwart99 One of my flickr contacts produces these wonderfully pithy comic strips. They really do make you think!
Well here we go. Now the trinitarian bible society have put the KJV on buses.
Apologies to anyone who isn’t from the UK or anyone who doesn’t watch soap operas. I just watched Jack Sugden’s funeral in Emmerdale. They ended with John Lennon singing “Imagine there’s no heaven….” I find this sentiment a little bizarre.
Proost have released some audio visual lent resources so check them out!
Duttyo posted a link to this. Have a go! BTW, this is a catholic liturgical joke about robes.
One of the main focuses of my MA was a study into how the very traditional aspects of the wider church can engage with alt worship. Last week I attended a session led by an Anglican clergyman who identifies himself firmly within the “catholic” end of the spectrum and keen to embrace the fresh expressions