It is nearly 48 hours since the latest furore surrounding Richard Dawkins. There are two things I have noticed over the last couple of days [I started to write this as one posts but it’s got a bit long, I’ll do a second post*]: The world has divided into three camps: 1) Those who are
Thanks to @dave42w who linked to this with a simple “we need the new testament”.
I just had this video link sent to me. I am staggered. Thanks to @madeupstats for the occasional real one.
Yesterday I blogged about how top advertising execs had said that “If I had to make Jesus relevant, I would apply his teachings to modern life”. As if by magic the Archbishop of York, John Sentamu has been on Chris Evan’s Breakfast show to hammer the point home. Here’s what Chris Evans posted on Facebook
So I’m hoping hard if it’s the thought that counts That you don’t ever have to know what I think about And that every soul can always fit thought Heaven’s door With the weight of things it never told anyone before. A great song by Lauren O’Connell Full Lyrics: I’ve been trying to quantify All of
Some days I have moments of clarity. Unfortunately they are few and far between. Since I became a regular part of the congregations here in the outskirts of Leeds I have been trying to explain the complexity of Christian ethics. We live in a world that is quite different to the ancient world. The ethical
Jon Birch over at ASBO Jesus has started to do a really powerful series of cartoons that accompany Dave Wiles book Stories from the Edge. They are a really powerful series of images. Here’s me 13 years ago.
After to my recent post about Giles Fraser brief article for the Church Times about how blogs can be bad for the soul I have been carrying on as normal and occasionally dabbling in the internet. However, I have been noticing a lot of home truths emerge from what Giles Fraser said. I also went to a