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The Unusual Promotion Of Rock Music In The Liturgy 

This morning I viewed a video on YouTube by soul seekers of a cistercian community in Austria who cut a record with universal of chant they perform. 610 more words

Who Do You See When You Turn On the TV?

Lacking inspiration, I have been looking outwards for some kind of an anchor point to help me evolve with my style, and in some ways, life in general. 525 more words

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Beer Battles

Part of being a
resident smart ass
is having stuff fly
back at you when
you least expect it, man.

Sorry,
but it’s true.

I’m sitting in a tavern, 552 more words

'Khaki and Kisses' at Sheffield

Last minute reminder for ‘Khaki and Kisses’, three talks on First World War fiction at Sheffield Hallam University tomorrow (Thursday 22nd).

I shall be speaking about Great War fiction generally; then Prof. 42 more words

Novels

Fictional Portrayals of Disability- Why Do They Matter?

By Derek Newman-Stille

I frequently get asked why I look at portrayals of disability in fiction. I am often told that I should look at something “real” and “substantial” like policy. 379 more words

Bodies

Canonical Hermeneutics and Systemic Injustices

I watched the #PhilandoCastile dash cam video about an hour ago and am still horrified. This case appears to me to be a miscarriage of justice on every level, from the 50ish stops in 14 years to which Castile was subjected, to the actions of the officer, to the acquittal of the officer by the jury. 536 more words

Biblical Theology

Nostalgia, Taste & Looking Backward

The desire for nostalgia is a funny thing. Studies have found that you’re more likely to seek out nostalgia when you’re feeling down, particularly when you are lonely. 1,138 more words

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