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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


Lent 28...

‘Behind all this there stands one feature of the gospel portrait of Jesus that is often noted, but not so often brought into this specific discussion. 749 more words


Lent 21...

‘”With your own blood you purchased a people for God,” sang the group around the throne in Revelation 5, “and made them a kingdom and priests to our God, and they will reign on the earth” (vv. 253 more words


Lent 14...

‘Like many scholars today, I understand the idea of the “image,” as in Genesis 1:26-28, to mean that humans are designed to function like angled mirrors. 368 more words


Lent 7...

‘What the Bible offers is not a “works contract,” but a covenant of vocation. The vocation in question is that of being a genuine human being, with genuinely human tasks to perform as part of the Creator’s purpose for his world. 105 more words


Review: Tom Wright on the Crucifixion

In his earlier work, Surprised By Hope, Tom Wright shook up traditional thinking about life after death and eschatology. In his latest popular work he does something similar with the cross and the atonement. 5,059 more words

Book Review

Reflections on Wright's The Day the Revolution Began II

In this post, I want to look at Wright’s understanding of Passover. When Jesus at the Last Super states, metaphorically, that the bread is his body broken for the disciples and the wine is his shed blood for disciples, N. 477 more words