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The diary of a trialogue between three ways of knowing: mainstream Christianity, Gnosticism and scientific rationalism; with stories, jokes, music and book reviews, and apparently random bits of everyday life thrown in along the way.

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  • You eat what you think you're not
    on Apr 24, 2011 in life
    Interesting conversation around the lunch table at work last week occasioned by an awareness of rising world food prices. Half of the team are vegetarian, half not. We discussed the aesthetics of eating insects (I discovered the Japanese sometimes ea...
  • This blog is not dead...
    on Dec 17, 2010 in jesus
    ...it's just taking a back seat for a while. I'm planning a book, provisionally entitled "Bruising the Serpent", bringing together most of the themes dealt with in this blog, and more.The phrase "The Revealed Jesus" has been going around in my mind f...
  • Stop digging and enjoy life
    on Apr 3, 2010 in environment
    Since it's soon going to be election time in the UK, I'd like to celebrate some of the fatuous nonsense spoken by politicians over the years.Last week, there was a great example from Gordon Brown, who called high-speed web access "the electricity of...
  • Decoding the Temples
    on Mar 31, 2010 in humour
    BBC7 have been re-running another Paul Temple radio mystery from the 1950s, this one entitled The Gilbert Case. I am an avid listener, though it took me a bit of time to figure out why. The plots are not exactly memorable; when I manage to retain th...
  • What we came here for
    on Mar 21, 2010 in music spirituality
    I've just read of the sad death of Lesley Duncan, a wonderful singer and fine songwriter who was active in the early 1970s but never achieved anything like the fame she deserved. In my teens, I recorded a half-hour session she did for the BBC's "In C...
  • Reuniting the parents
    on Mar 20, 2010 in church gnosticism
    About ten years ago, I received an e-mail from an American teenager who was trying to trace her father. About all she knew about him was his name, which happened to be the same as mine, and she was systematically contacting everyone she could find on...
  • Over a barrel
    on Mar 14, 2010 in environment
    The International Energy Agency (IEA) produced an interesting statement on Friday on the global oil situation. It reported that China's oil demand had jumped by an "astonishing" 28% over the year ending in January 2010, and predicted that global oil...
  • Forget the environment
    on Feb 7, 2010 in environment spirituality
    I've just come back from hearing a sermon by Peter Owen-Jones entitled "Christianity and Environment". It was absolutely the best talk I've heard in a church, or probably anywhere, for at least several decades, which is about as far back as I can rem...
  • Denial, etc
    on Feb 7, 2010 in environment
    I've been aware for some time of the growing backlash against attempts to get people to take climate change seriously. The web version of almost every article on the topic in the mainstream media that allows comments to be left is these days deluged...
  • The truth will out
    on Jan 10, 2010 in life
    The Bean (nearly 3 now) returns to kindergarten tomorrow, after three weeks break that have more or less coincided with all the snow and ice here in Flatchester. Dora has been feeling the cold, and has also sometimes found it hard to think of enough...
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