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April 1, 2011


Q marks the spot – Treasure Map 31 (April 2011)

by quaesitor

Sacred Treasure

  • Martin Bashir is interviewed about his interview of Rob Bell. I was particularly struck by his perception of what C S Lewis called chronological snobbery in contemporary theological debates – whereby those over a certain age (ie 30!) are dismissed out of hand.
  • Ian Paul has offered a really helpful response to the BBC1 series Bible’s Buried Secrets
  • A wonderful example of doing good to all – let’s hope it works in all senses… Christopher Hitchens and Francis Collins.
  • And while we’re thinking about him, here’s a nice if brief interview with Francis Collins – quite old now (originally from 2007), but I’ve only just seen it.
  • At the other end of of the spectrum, here is a list of the 25 most influential atheists (though quite how you measure influence is anyone’s guess)
  • In case you missed it, here is the extraordinary testimony of Shahbaz Bhatti, Pakistan’s assassinated government minister:

Topical Treasure

Quirky Treasure

  • Thanks to a comment on an old Q post, I’ve recently got into this fantastic resource – the Google Art Project. It’s a real treasure trove.
  • Pretty awesome NASA pic of the supermoon.
  • Last month, Q gave you the potted summary of what the United Kingdom is. This is not quite as slick – but the UK is primary school compared to the European relationships. Check this out (HT Strange Maps)

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