In 2017, I took my last flight. I knew before I went to Vienna with my friend Amy that it … More
‘Blessed are the peacemakers‘ When I think of peace, I think of white doves, olive branches and conscientious objectors. Peace … More
Warning: currently only in draft form, suggested revisions welcome. Not long ago, I read an article which suggested target-setting for … More
I remember doing my GCSEs and writing pat answers about the greenhouse effect. Little did I know that in my … More
On Saturday I was part of another Extinction Rebellion action called ‘Blood of Our Children’. Outside Downing Street, we dressed … More
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).
UK Immigration rules and injustice
Continued from the previous post, the focus here is the theological implications of creation’s place in the Biblical Narrative. What does the gospel have to say about the recent IPCC report?
In this post, I start from the very beginning. If you are familiar with the concepts of Creation-Fall-Redemption, then this … More
This week I have enjoyed the autumn light as I cycle back from work, had the joy of seeing Siân … More
Jesus’ anointing at Bethany: the heralding of a new spiritual, economic and political empire.
On how we oppose injustice by dehumanising dehumanizers or by constructing a notion of ‘fighting for justice’ as a battle in opposition to an ‘other’ + thoughts on a way out.