After the smoke subsided, I listened attentively as two men spoke into my small Canon A70 away from the big mass media cameras. How could I not dig back looking for the traces which lead us to some ashes? The … Continue reading
Category Archives: Theology
Revisiting is good practice because so often I miss the treasures when I'm in a hurry. Last night, I revisited Luther and reason; and both surprised me. This morning, a detour to think about research programmes helped to refine the … Continue reading
I’ve watched this so many times and still enjoy it. Perhaps with greater appreciation now!
After reading this, I realize perhaps this is why I love this video so much (even if I can’t dance properly at all) 🙂 "The dance of culture, the enthusiasm, the banquet, the community . . . because by dancing, … Continue reading
“Theology is a language used by a specific group of people to make sense of their world.” – Rowan Williams, On Christian Theology “Theology . . . is a particular type of rhetorical art.” – Mark Wallace, Fragments of the … Continue reading
The Kit kids had a lovely Saturday morning cartoon, thanks to Mummy! I cycled to town returned a DVD, and did some necessary grocery shopping. The trip back was a bit of a work out, but I guess that’s the … Continue reading