Andy Crouch broke my TV. And I’m grateful.
This Christmas we attempted to recreate Taskmaster with my family. Some craziness ensued. Here is the result!
A couple of quotes on art’s (in)ability to change the world.
Some quick (bits of) reviews of some (bits of) books I read (bits of) on my holiday!
Reflections on 1 John 1 and ‘touching the face of God.’
A preaching illustration about sin and the stuff we keep hidden inside.
Can the public trust a reporter who believes in a Creator? Some thoughts on Dan Walker, Rupert Myers, Creation and the BBC
So with my tongue lodged somewhere in the vicinity of my cheek, here are four vaguely interconnected observations from my first stab at live multisite preaching.
2015 in 21 short book reviews
A festive reflection from C.S. Lewis.
A review of the best things I’ve listened to, watched, read, eaten or experienced in 2015.
Comparing two approaches to Hamlet. Which is more truthful? And which is more beautiful? And what does that have to do with preaching?
Some recommended reading on Greek Philosophy and engaging with culture.
Should someone committed to non-violence commemorate Remembrance Day? And if so how?
“Every day, we change the world, but to change the world in a way that means anything, that takes more time than most people have…”
Hot Streak is an apt title for The Winery Dogs’ second album. They are on a roll!
I did something stupid. And on the off chance it may make you feel better about yourself, I thought I would share it. So apropos of nothing… here goes:
A review of Michel Faber’s latest novel, about an English Pastor sent to a distant planet to teach the inhabitants about Christianity.
Is there any clearer ‘Echo of Eden’ than the Artisan Food Movement?
A few thoughts on a theology of food.
Just in case you’ve ever wanted a way to sum up John Lennon’s love life and Nehemiah 6:2-3 in three words…
A beautiful, short poem by Denise Levertov