Monks are free from the social rules that everyone else has to follow and George Guiver CR has been telling it like it is for countless years. I’ve chatted with him on numerous occasions whilst at the College of the Resurrection and he has a propensity for dropping huge theological bombshells into the conversation and
I did a quick search and it would seem that I have been a little remise. A minister and a comic book nerd and I haven’t ever blogged about the Manga Bible. Of all the different reinterpretations that I have mentioned before you would have thought I would have mentioned this sooner! There are all
I have just finished reading Marked by Steve Ross. I was sent it by a friend who was feeding my comic book addiction. Here’s a quick review by Alan Grant: Steve Ross’s graphic novel ‘Marked’; is an exceptionally impressive achievement. The New Testament’s Gospel According to Mark is re-told in comic strip using contemporary life, characters
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
One of the more well know emerging churches in the North of England is Sanctus1, a community in Manchester. Proost have recently published a collection of their liturgies.
Following the weighty tomes I had to read for my dissertation, I have decided to read something for my own pleasure. To that end, I have finished with Brian McLarens manifesto on Christian unity, A Generous Orthodoxy: Why I Am A Missional, Evangelical, Post/Protestant, Liberal/Conservative, Mystical/Poetic, Biblical, Charismatic/Contemplative, Fundamentalist/Calvinist, Anabaptist/Anglican, Methodist, Catholic, Green, Incarnational, Depressed