Just read an article in Faithworks newspaper (it’s not online yet though) by Bob Holman, in it he articulates his vision for Christian involvement in society, interestingly he comments on the issue of consumerism. Here is what he said, “…Christianity has insights and objectives which
For another review of Amazing Grace and the thoughts that followed see my friend Ian’s blog here Lost in the Heart of Somewhere: Making a Difference
Doing my daily review of news on the BBC and came across this story about disappearing islands in the Bay on Bengal, the interesting thing at the bottom links to a story of how population growth is outstripping food supply, complicated by a shift in
Off to bed but just time to upload some more stuff about slavery (I’ll review the film Amazing Grace soon as well). Here’s the text of Rowan Williams’ sermon and if you want to hear mine click here. Two great organisations campaigning on this are
Some friends and I in Breathe are supporting a US campaign to turn off the TV if only for a week. TV while occasionally enjoyable more often than not can suck creativity and imagination right out from your brain. Instead we live life and experience
It’s all in the news at once and because it’s Mother’s Day I’m in a hurry or I’ll be late for tea. So consumerism wrecked Mother’s Day – true, read the history here A whole host of facts on the abolition of slavery and modern
There are a lot of good sites out there that give you the lowdown on climate change – start at this one from the BBC and then follow the links around….
It has always seemed to me to be faulty logic to secure peace by investing in weapons. So the news that the British parliament has voted to spend huge sums of money on a weapon system no one wants to use, against enemies we don’t