Beetbox Nativity

24/12/11 | Posted by Ian Black | Permalink | (0) Comments

If you are looking for a fresh, retake on the nativity story, sit back and enjoy this beetbox nativity. Produced by a vicar in Devon it tells the story of Jesus' birth in a way you've probably never seen before. Enjoy and have a very happy Christmas. More ...

Christmas Rev

21/12/11 | Posted by Ian Black | Permalink | (0) Comments

This series of the TV sitcom Rev has been a mixed offering. But the last few have been profound. None more so than the end of the Christmas Special on Tuesday (20th December). In it we saw the central character, Adam, the vicar, rushing around from service to social project to event to pastoral crisis. He meets himself coming back. More ...

A Christian Country?

17/12/11 | Posted by HughB | Permalink | (0) Comments

Earlier in this week, David Cameron, addressed Anglican clergy in Oxford to celebrate the Four Hundredth Anniversary of the King James Bible. During his speech, the “committed…but vaguely practising Church of England Christian” declared once more that “we are a Christian country”. [You can read the whole speech here]. Of course, he is not the first, but I wonder what Jesus would make of his claim. More ...

What’s It Worth?

02/12/11 | Posted by HughB | Permalink | (0) Comments

I’ve recently come across this stuff - a plastic which softens in hot water and then can be moulded. It’s been selling at a reasonable price for some time. Then this year another company renamed it, repackaged it and is selling it at more than double the price. And though the cheaper brand is still available, people are buying the expensive stuff. What’s going on? More ...

The Jesus Silly Season

02/12/11 | Posted by MattPage | Permalink | (1) Comments

Christmas is coming, the goose is getting fat. More tellingly however the news starts to carry a glut of bizzare, minor stories about Jesus which together combine to remind those who are only faintly aware that Christmas is kinda meant to be about Jesus.' More ...

Christmas countdown

29/11/11 | Posted by Ian Black | Permalink | (1) Comments

The Christmas countdown has now officially begun. Sunday was the beginning of Advent and that waved the flag to get the ‘to do’ list sorted – presents to buy, cards to write, hints to drop, plans to make. More ...

12/11/11 | Posted by Ian Black | Permalink | (1) Comments

Today is the 11th day of the 11th month and this year this falls in the 11th year. Add to it the traditional time of remembrance at 11.00am and we have the complete set. The synchronicity of this makes it feel poignant because it has a resonance for those with tidy minds. More ...

Jesus, St Paul’s and the Protestors

02/11/11 | Posted by MattPage | Permalink | (1) Comments

Unless you've been orbiting around Neptune for the last two weeks, you will probably have heard that a group of protesters have set up camp around St. Paul's Cathedral and refused to leave. The last 17 days have seen, the Cathedral go back and forth as to whether or not they should close; three members of staff resign; more back and forth-ing on the question of legal action; public outcry both from those in favour and those opposed to the occupation; with still no sign as to when the protest will end. More ...

Pumpkin season

26/10/11 | Posted by Ian Black | Permalink | (0) Comments

We are entering the season of pumpkin carving. Millions of the gourds will be sold over the coming days to be hollowed out, shapes scary and fun carved into them and lights placed inside. Some may even make use of the innards to cook up tasty treats. The effect can be magical and warming, especially if the image carved is not too scary. More ...

TV Review: Holy Flying Circus

21/10/11 | Posted by MattPage | Permalink | (0) Comments

There have been many controversial films, books and television programmes over the years, but there's something completely different about Monty Python's Life of Brian: people actually like it. Many defend the right of Martin Scorsese to have made Last Temptation of Christ, or Salman Rushdie to have written the Satanic Verses, but few people hold the strength of feeling for them as they do for the anarchic tale of a man who was mistaken for the Messiah. More ...

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