Q marks the spot – Treasure Map 78 (March 2015)
- Josh Byers over at Visual Theology has produced a GREAT infographic summarising all the arguments for the historicity of the Resurrection
- Cranmer rightly notes the increased levels of Christian engagement in the next UK General Election (see last month’s Q treasure). And here’s his great reflection on Andy Flannagan’s book Those Who Show Up.
- Ian Paul covers the ground on Stephen Fry and God
- Wonderful if brief tribute to Jack Heaslip, the man who influenced the spirituality of U2 more than any other individual.
- A friend writes with aching poignancy about dreaming of his recently died toddler son
- Brilliant infographic showing how some of the big names in science were theists and even Christian.
- Andrew Wilson does a fine job with 20 twitter tips
- BibleGateway have produced a helpful compendium of ways in which to engage with Scripture
- Theologygrams strikes again:
- Photos and stories of ex slaves in 1930s Deep South: makes it so much more real
- Jon Ronson has a very important piece on the culture of Twitter Shaming
- The moon is covered in garbage – fascinating
- You will already have seen this – but the parallels with Orwell’s 1984 are astonishing.
- Elgin Park was included in a Q Treasure map way back (can’t remember when!) – but here is the story behind it
- Some iconic images with the photographers who captured them:
- You never know when this could come in useful?! How to remember things for exams
- This guy is great – some alternative bookshop shelf labels
- Stanley Kubrick’s first job was as a photographer in New York: here are his images from the Subway in 1946
- Hmmm – underground survivalist lairs in converted Kansas missile silos.
- Love this: artists transform the atmosphere of hospital wards in the Royal London Children’s Hospital: