Q marks the spot – Treasure Map 30 (March 2011)

Sacred Treasure A great deal has happened since - but it is definitely worth reading this remarkable letter from Dr Mouneer Hanna Anis, Bishop of Egypt, about the situation there (written on 2nd Feb). Tim Challies has a nice potted…

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The Wild Places 2: Putting us in our place

Have already drawn from Robert Macfarlane's The Wild Places - and I think I will do so a few more times. One striking motif from the book is the way in which the natural world, and especially wild places, puts us…

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‘Inverted Vertigo’: an analogy?

Robert MacFarlane's The Wild Places is one of the most beautifully written and evocative books I've read. It is the sort of book that reminds one why we read (and should read) books in the first place, and it's done…

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