A Conference Paper for the Symposium, ‘Men, Women and the Church’ St John’s College, Durham, 4 September 2004 by the Bishop of Durham, Dr N T Wright I am very grateful to the organisers for inviting me to address this important conference, and only sorry that because of other duties I have been unable to […]
From David Thomas and Clare Amos (eds) A Faithful Presence: essays for Kenneth Cragg (London: Melisende, 2003) Download the article.
published in The Guardian Friday 19 March 2004 Mel Gibson doesn’t do reticence. The face of Christ is in your face. In the New Testament, the gospel writers narrate the crucifixion with admirable restraint and economy of words – what is surprising, in their accounts, is the very lack of gory detail. Here, perhaps, we […]
Paper presented to an interfaith gathering of Anglican Christians and Shi’a Muslims with a series of papers on “Mourning, Martyrdom and the Concept of Suffering” at the Islamic Centre London on 28th February 2004. Download the article.
Review of the Norman Stone film which combines many levels of allegory in a gritty, contemporary story. Starring Alex Ferns, Tom Georgeson, Kenneth Cranham, James Cosmo and Jenny Foulds Certificate 15 [Contains drug use and strong violence] Reviewed by Christopher Took While we are waiting for The Passion of the Christ to be released, I […]
This book is a delightful romp through a posse of the author’s reflections on the interaction of our human condition, and the consequences for our understanding of God. The chapters are very much bite sized reflections, which take you rapidly, though by no means lightly through a series of subjects ranging from the omnipotence of […]