Sunday morning brought the not entirely straightforward prospect of starting our series on the life of Solomon from 1 Kings, and doing it on Remembrance
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So having been motivated by the biblical appeal to action in Keller’s Generous Justice (see previous post), what’s the difference? It would hardly be right
Following yesterday’s review of Remaking A Broken World, those lovely chaps at 10ofThose have offered a once in a life time offer (well, for the
Some years ago, I found myself in the middle of an awkward, and at bizarre moments heated, discussion. It was all to do with how
In early 2009, the then poet laureate, Andrew Motion gave an interview in the Guardian in which he lamented the pervasive ignorance about the Bible. He
I’ve enjoyed Oliver Sacks’ books before (especially his best, The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat) and have got much out of Musicophilia.
It’s weird – i could have sworn I’d posted this before as I’ve had it for ages – but clearly haven’t. So here goes… Chris
Bit of a bumper Treasure Map this month – plenty to get chewing on… Sacred Treasure Vinoth Ramachandra offers a characteristically challenging and provocative reflection