Last week, the short religious slot on Channel 4 that covers the 7pm news featured seven interviews around the area of trans-genderism. As usual with these slots there were seven vignettes of people with differing experiences and opinions.
It’s not possible to embed the videos, so this is a link to Christina Beardsley’s entry and . . . → Read More: 4Thought.TV Covers Transgender Issues
A day late. Forgive me.
Heirs of Spinoza
Oh “good” ones, who accept their optimal substance (uncompleted) as a portion of that greater substance;
if blessedness can only come from elevation to a higher status, some day ism
who, I implore, sent Gabriel in the first place?
Is that not the perfect question?
Peter Ould . . . → Read More: Heirs of Spinoza
Blogging might be pretty sporadic over the next few weeks as I sort out a house move to Canterbury, but in the meantime here’s some things to keep you excited…
. . . → Read More: Hiatus
Close up shot of black and white photographs from the Second World War. Background somber but progressive piano music.
PETER – VOICE OVER : A few months ago my local museum had a show of photographs from the second world war, focussing on some of the atrocities performed by the SS. It was challenging and . . . → Read More: A Promo Video Proposal
As a follow-up to his interview on MSNBC of Rob Bell, Martin Bashir was himself interviewed on the Paul Edwards programme about that interview. Awesome listening as Bashir demonstrates how Bell consistently misquotes and takes out of context key sections of his argument.
It is an excellent interview which also reveals Bashir’s deep faith in . . . → Read More: Martin Bashir on Rob Bell
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