- Unherd is a site full of slightly outside-the-box or non-PC writing with some fascinating contributors like Douglas Murray, Giles Fraser and Tom Holland. Here the unique Prof Terry Eagleton is fascinating on the modern problem of Evil (part of an equally intriguing series)
- Ian Paul engages helpfully with the Church & Racism report. More controversially, some correctives to the shock of CWGC’s failure to honour the British Imperial war-dead with graves on Cranmer.
- A great recent round-up on Art & Theology, including some fascinating black church-inspired art – and a link to an article on film and resurrection which includes the quirky but very moving Italian film, Happy as Lazzaro
- Beautiful piece by Carolyn Arends over at The Rabbit Room: let it be awkward
- It’s quite scary seeing visual evidence of how much we have profoundly affected the landscapes of our planet
- For my many friends in the US – here’s a bunch of things that UK people find weird. Pretty much agree with all of it.
- Just because something is touted and raved about, there is no guarantee that it’ll succeed. As these ‘next big things’ prove.
- Well, this is all rather breathtaking – a drone flight above the recent volcanic eruption in Iceland by French director and photographer Stéphane Ridard.
- I suspect you probably need to watch this – 100 cars racing on a treadmill
- You also need to spend time with Quokkas – the happiest animals on earth by the sound of it.
- I hope someone does this in my town… mini street signs
- The mind boggles – a vintage Japanese typewriter
- Some hilarious and (quite frankly) somewhat bizarre science diagrams
- Imagine a ski slope with grass on top of a high-rise building in the city centre. Nuts. But also real. In Cophenhagen.
- Hard to know what this swirling vortex is at first sight – but actually, Russian photographer Lev Fedoseyev captured this drone footage on March 24 on the Kola Peninsula in the Arctic Circle.