Q marks the spot – Treasure Map 72 (September 2014)
- Cranmer has been on form: 1. None dare call it evil, except Justin Welby; 2. I have forgiven Islamic militants
- Interesting stuff here from Tyndale House on Simon Gathercole’s work on the Gospel of Thomas
- “Your liberal and democratic principles are worth nothing here…” from the Chaldean Catholic Archbishop of Mosul
- The stigma of being an atheist in the USA…
- Vicky Beeching comes out in the Independent; Ed Shaw helpfully responds. Ian Paul has an interesting perspective, as does Sarah Pulliam Bailey here Gay, Christian… and celibate; Wesley Hill makes an important appeal.
- 4 reasons why Intelligent Design falls flat…??
- Does the Bible get it wrong…? Promises to be an interesting series…
- Why I took off my headscarf… only to put it back on – by BBC journalist Shaimaa Khalil
- Very powerful piece by pianist James Rhodes about Robin Williams and depression. One of the few constructive things written about this tragedy
- The economics of Ebola
- Photographs as Powerful Agents from Ferguson, Missouri.
- I love maps so this looks fab: An Atlas of Alternative Maps
- Hilarious from the Poke: 13 reasons not to ask Chinese Photoshoppers to ‘improve’ your image
- I love Tom Gauld’s cartoons (and even have a signed print of one of his). This one from July is great (right)
- A John Crace classic digested read: this time Andy McNabb gets the treatment.
- The Solomon Islanders who saved JFK
- Well, this was worthwhile… the biggest ever scarecrow gathering… hmm
- If you are going to photoshop your house-sale pictures, make sure you’re consistent…
- What once was lost, now is found: the Tasmanian sheep with the heaviest coat
- Cyclonic Pictures by Martin Kimbell: twirls, tosses and hurls LED sticks then uses long-exposure techniques to capture them. The result is stunning.