When you read Mark’s Gospel, it’s striking how often Jesus speaks of “the kingdom of God”. Carl Laferton and I have developed a short presentation of the Gospel which majors on this theme. It does it using five simple pictures.
Prometheus is a film about parental neglect and abuse – on a cosmic scale. Could it be that the Father Ridley Scott longs for is closer than he thinks?
Over at The Gospel Coalition today, you’ll find my review of Nothing Was The Same, an affecting memoir of lost love.
This week sees the publication of King’s Cross, Tim Keller’s take on Mark’s Gospel. I’ve been reading an advance copy this past week, and it’s outstanding.
A post alerting (both of) my loyal readers to the weak theology of contemporary praise songs is a little like Ricky Martin’s announcement of his sexual orientation. No-one will be surprised, and everyone will wonder if it even needed saying. However, not being one to turn down free tickets to anything, I recently found myself […]