The financial crash of 2008 hit as I began secondary school, and I grew up under the policies of austerity which followed. To a large extent, there has been consensus across the political spectrum about […]
Roll back the stone.
At the centre of Christian faith is the memory of suffering. This is Holy Week, when Christians recall the last days of Jesus’s life, “in whose body was named all the violence of the world, […]
I remember doing my GCSEs and writing pat answers about the greenhouse effect. Little did I know that in my first year out of education I would see leading international climate lawyer Farhana Yamin, one […]
I have been thinking about Home ever since I got asked in the Praxis One course to complete the sentence ‘I want the story of my life to be the story of someone who….‘ The […]
I stand outside the barred church doors/ hammering with my fists/ while around me/ the world dies.
On Saturday I was part of another Extinction Rebellion action called ‘Blood of Our Children’. Outside Downing Street, we dressed in black, and protesters willing to get arrested symbolically poured fake blood to draw attention […]
Cone writes about the crucifixion as a first-century lynching, and about how black people facing the state-endorsed terrorism of lynching identified with Jesus; they, “found in the cross the spiritual power to resist the violence they so often suffered” (p22).
I have been thinking a lot about the words of Behrouz
Boochani in ‘No Friends But The Mountains’
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Incarnation points us towards our situated-ness, our rooted-ness and our need for belonging within a concrete locality.
the pulse of hope/ the echo of our name/ and the bread in our teeth/ a cup on our lips / and breathing at our side