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TIBERIAN THOUGHTS – Goodnight Moon, I want the Sun

Kill the Moon“.

Now that is one hell of a mountain to climb. Not just because it is a key episode in series 8’ arc (and really, in character arcs that expand all the way to series 10 and the end of the Capaldi era). 3,998 more words

Steven Moffat

Our place in God’s story: the five act drama

This is part 1 of a 4 part series exploring the overarching narrative of the Bible.  It was first delivered on 3 September 2017.  The Bible readings used were a selection of verses from the beginning of Genesis – Genesis 2: 4-9, 15-20 – and a snippet of Jesus’ teaching in which he uses the metaphor of a gate to explain how he is the way to how human life was always meant to be from the beginning, John 10: 7-10.  1,478 more words

The Great Schism- a Metanarative

 “Tell me of the Great Schism.”
“Which schism, young one? There have been many.”
“The one in which the landless people began to wander.”
“Ah,” the Teacher sighed. 264 more words


How to Read the Bible (video series)

The How to Read the Bible series walks through each literary style found in the Bible, and how each uniquely contributes to the overall whole. While the Bible is one unified story, it cannot all be read in the same way, as each literary style lives by its own rules and structure; this we will explore in detail in each video. 397 more words

Story Of God

ASSESSING STRESS, AUDIO EDITION: Torchwood, series 3 - "torchwood_ cascade_ CDRip.tor"

Welcome to DoWntime’s not-too-regular column, Assessing Stress. That’s where we assess … stress. Or more accurately, talk and debate about the newest episodes to hit the television screen, the new releases from Big Finish, and all these good things. 2,861 more words

Assessing Stress

Bringing the Book to Life.

Now that we’ve essentially killed an author or two (read the previous two blogs…), it’s time to bring the book to life. 

Or well… at least bring my project to life.  905 more words

A Christian Philosophy of Education

I was reading George Knight’s classic Philosophy and Education on a recent flight from Charlotte to Memphis when Paul, a young man in the seat beside me, struck up a conversation. 1,560 more words

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