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5 Reasons to Read: The Myth of the Non-Christian

5 Reasons to Read: The Myth of the Non-Christian

I recently got a review copy (from Netgalley) of The Myth of the Non-Christian by Luke Cawley. Here is a short blurb from Goodreads: “There’s no such thing as a non-Christian. Somebody might self-identify as spiritual but not religious. Or they might be a practicing […]

Thoughts on contextualisation | Part 2

Thoughts on contextualisation | Part 2

  Read Part 1 here. 1.Going to the places of worship in the city. It might be surprising to think of there being places to worship in our city, especially as our culture bends towards secularism. Yet people still worship and create things to worship, […]

Echoes of the Gospel

Echoes of the Gospel

Tolkien writes in his essay “On Fairie Stories”: The Gospels contain a fairystory, or a story of a larger kind which embraces all the essence of fairy-stories. They contain many marvels—peculiarly artistic, beautiful, and moving: “mythical” in their perfect, self-contained significance; and among the marvels is […]

Unapologetic: Francis Spufford

Unapologetic: Francis Spufford

I finally got my hands on this book at a discount price. It has had mix reviews and I must admit as I read the book, I had mix feelings about it. On the one hand, his honesty and plain speaking was really refreshing, it […]

Frozen: True Love

Frozen: True Love

When I was a kid watching Disney films was a real treat. I grew up with the magic of Lion King, Beauty and the Beast and Jungle Book. Singing along and enjoying the classic boy meets girl story. I have written before about how Disney gets […]

Dexter and the Problem of Evil

Dexter and the Problem of Evil

In the TV show Dexter, the main character is a unique man, by day he works for the police as a blood spatter analyst and by night he is a serial killer. You can’t help but like Dexter. He is quirky and odd, but strangely […]

The Man Upstairs in the Lego Movie

The Man Upstairs in the Lego Movie

Last week my husband and I went to the cinema and watched the Lego movie. And everything was awesome… To be honest it ticked all of my inner geek boxes. With references from star trek, wars, gate and lord of the rings to super heroes […]