Showing posts from June, 2017

When the rain comes . . .

A photo of the long brown path across Stourbridge Common, Cambridge

Some black & white photos of Stourbridge Common and Ditton Meadows

The Free Mind and the "Rationale of Religious Enquiry"

The wind comforts us as fondly as our mother's arms / The sunlight is like our best friend's recognizing laughter

A hot summer's day spin out into the fens, a few photos and a thought about religious naturalism

A New Law of Righteousness—Some reflections following the Grenfell Tower Fire

Blonde on Blonde—Jim Mullen's guitar and my bass

Jerome A. Stone's short talk on religious naturalism given to seventh and eighth graders

In praise of the NHS and the wonderful pluralist, cosmopolitan, international mix of caring professionals one meets at every turn—a veritable Republic of Heaven

Countering covenantal singularization projects—some thoughts following the recent bomb, van and knife attacks in London and Manchester

Sacred Nature: The Environmental Potential of Religious Naturalism by Jerome A. Stone

Escaping the construings, realities and delusions of election day with a hauntological jaunt to Dunwich, Suffolk