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Bliss by Peter Carey/Tom Wright

Everyone has their own views on privileged white men in our society. What Peter Carey’s novel Bliss does, written four decades ago, is to present one of these 1980s privileged white man with an actual conscience and also one who has the capacity for self-reflection. 791 more words

Melbourne Theatre

Tom Wright - TDTRB #8...

So what, in the light of all this, would Paul say had happened by six o’clock on the first Good Friday evening? If Romans 3:21-26 was all we had to go on, what might we conclude? 569 more words


Tom Wright - TDTRB #7...

‘The primary human problem that Paul notes in Romans 1:18 is not “sin,” but “ungodliness.” It is a failure not primarily of behaviour (though that follows), but of worship. 236 more words


Tom Wright

Wright spent parts of nine seasons playing in the big leagues, posting a .255 career average with six home runs in 341 games. Wright had two cups of coffee with the Boston Red Sox, the first coming in 1948 and the second in 1949, before becoming a full-time major leaguer. 118 more words

Lent 42...

‘What seemed to be happening as Jesus of Nazareth hung in agony on the cross was that the “rulers and authorities” were celebrating their triumph over him, having stripped him of his clothes and held him up to public contempt. 607 more words


Lent 35...

‘What will it look like, when Israel’s God (as opposed to any other god) becomes king? It will not be a matter of soldiers and police imposing the divine will on people by brute force. 542 more words


NEWS: Tumble Tuck to Transfer to King's Head Theatre

It has been confirmed that BackHere! Theatre’s Tumble Tuck will transfer to the King’s Head Theatre to headline the Who Runs the World? season. 

Following on from its successful run at the Edinburgh Festival last year, Sarah Milton’s play will now play at the King’s Head Theatre from the 24th April until the 12th May to headline the theatre’s upcoming Who Runs the World? 249 more words