church planting (a new approach): have walls, will travel

Further to old post about church planting (back in June), here is a plant with a difference (courtesy of Times' Faith Central). This is the rationale, apparently: This is Emmaus church in Germany being transported 12 kilometres to the neighbouring…

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2 Genii – Shakespeare’s impact on Bernard Levin – and all of us

Bernard Levin was a genius and a journalist - not characteristics you often find combined. Opinionated, non-religious, liberal, anti-establishment, but also quite conservative at times, passionate about the arts, polemical and very often sensible. You might not always agree -…

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Picasso’s self portraits

Was repeating my Even Better Than The Real Thing study day on postmodernism on Saturday. (Depending on the quality of the recordings, we may upload this to replace the last one on iTunes - watch this space). But as part…

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Harmless gossip? Never

Amongst all the big news items like LibDem resignations and minor collisions on the runways of Heathrow, i spotted a little news item which merely goes to confirm what we've always known: mud sticks. And it sticks even if that…

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Dawkins vs Lennox 4 – reflections on the debate

Have now managed to listen to the debate - you can too on Richard Dawkins' official site. I enjoyed it, especially because both were gracious to each other and it was done in a professional and good-natured manner. Here are…

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