HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Wishing all Q readers a very good 2019!
- Phil Whittall has done a remarkable job amassing various links under several banners. Here is his trio of Church and Gender articles, plus a whole load of others. Good work Phil!
- Then there’s also these:
- 4 ‘Promotions to Glory’ in 2018
- Carl Trueman engages theologically with what looks like a very important book: Johann Chapoutot’s The Law of Blood: Thinking and Acting as a Nazi
- In China, a reformed pastor issues his Declaration of Faithful Disobedience
- 2018 summarised: in photos
- Taking a longer view: how the world has changed over time
- Beautiful images of 21 indigenous people groups from around the world in their home environments
- But what happens when people are displaced from those homes and end up as refugees? Here are some powerful engagements with the pain:
- Fed up with having deliveries stolen? Mark Rober has the perfect retribution
- 10 of the best Architectural projects of 2018. Fantastic
- With the appalling reemergence of anti-Semitism in recent times proves the urgent need for revisiting these horrors: I had no idea about this. But as was their wont, the Nazis had a whole system for selling off looted treasures in their territories – here is the Levitan in Paris.
- Here is a 100-year old Holocaust survivor on the importance of books
- People-watching is endlessly fascinating – Turkish photographer Mustafa Çankaya has turned it into an art form: Passengers passing through Ataturk Airport, Istanbul.
- And while we’re at it, here’s another take: but this time we’re transported back to Amsterdam in the 1890s.
- Very silly: Victorian portraits become superheroes
- Very surreal: The Other Place, an Escher-themed hotel in Shenzen, China
- NASA Astronauts with a sense of humour
- Think you’re original on Instagram? Think again.
- A lot of fun: Dr Seuss taxidermy!
- It takes 92 minutes 32 seconds for the International Space Station to orbit the earth. Now that journey has been reconstructed in real-time