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Behind the Lines

16/03/11 | Posted by HughB | Permalink | (0) Comments

I’ve gone through quite a few interviews in my time but recently I had to be part of a panel of interviewers for a job. More ...

Life in the Spectrum

10/02/11 | Posted by HughB | Permalink | (1) Comments

It was our autistic son’s seventh birthday this week and it got me reflecting on how he has developed since his diagnosis five years ago. I can still remember clearly the first time he properly acknowledged me. More ...

Prayer? It’s a Good Natter!

05/02/11 | Posted by Sarah-L-B | Permalink | (3) Comments

Having brewed the tea and unwrapped the chocolate, my friends and I put our feet up on the sofa for the evening. For us, this has always been the perfect way to begin a good, long conversation. And hey, we all love a good natter, right? More ...

Signs and Wonders

27/09/10 | Posted by Poppy | Permalink | (0) Comments

I saw the most amazing rainbow as I drove down the motorway last Saturday. My second thought (the first one was keep your eyes on the road dummy!) was: my pre industrial ancestors would have said, that something in the sky that was so unusual, was a sign from God. Was it? More ...

Jesus, Origins Movies and Robin Hood

16/05/10 | Posted by MattPage | Permalink | (2) Comments

Ridley Scott’s Robin Hood hit cinema screens this week, hitting the middle of the target at the box office as well as opening the Cannes film festival (where it’s portrayal of the French as scheming, bad-fighting cowards must have gone down really well). More ...

Elton John: “Jesus was Gay”

18/03/10 | Posted by MattPage | Permalink | (9) Comments

Pop superstar Elton John has caused outrage by claiming Jesus was gay. In an interview for America’s Parade magazine John suggests that “Jesus was a compassionate, super-intelligent gay man who understood human problems”. More ...

Why does God Allow Earthquakes?

14/01/10 | Posted by Poppy | Permalink | (10) Comments

The earthquake in Haiti this week has injured, made homeless or killed up to three million people according to early news reports. How can God allow this to happen? More ...

Film Review: Nativity!

28/11/09 | Posted by MattPage | Permalink | (1) Comments

For many of us, the first time we really understood something about Jesus was perhaps when we starred in a nativity play. It’s a defining moment in many chldren’s lives, yet one rarely explored in the cinema.

Nativity! is the latest film by director Debbie Isitt starring Martin Freeman. Freeman plays Mr. Maddens a primary school teacher who was left with Scrooge-like attitude to Christmas after he was festively dumped by his girlfriend (Ashley Jensen) five years ago. Having previously studied drama, every year he is lumbered with producing the school’s nativity play and his enthusiasm for the project is further hampered by the shining brilliance of a rival school’s winter productions. More ...

I’ve Read Jesus’ Death Certificate, Scholar Claims

23/11/09 | Posted by MattPage | Permalink | (0) Comments

A Vatican expert claims to have deciphered Jesus' death certificate. Dr Barbara Frale, who works for the Vatican's secret archives, has for many years been studying the Shroud of Turin - the cloth some claim was used to wrap Jesus up after his death. She claims that letters which are imprinted on the shroud were transfered on to it from his death certificate. More ...

National Gallery’s “Sacred Made Real”

01/11/09 | Posted by MattPage | Permalink | (0) Comments

The kind of statue that you would normally expect to find parading through Spanish backstreets at Easter seems like an unlikely basis for a high concept art exhibition. But this is exactly the sort of thing on show in the National Gallery’s “The Sacred Made Real” which opened last week and runs all the way through until 24th January. More ...

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