Notes on an essential sacrament, without which the church cannot fully be embodied in digital space. Please forgive incompleteness of this text and the lack of references but I am recording this here as a note for ruther study and reflection, as a result of attending a symposium on Sacraments in a Virtual World at […]
(This paper is no longer available elsewhere on the web, although its critiques are; so as Prof Fiddes gave us a copy of it, I have scanned it here for the sake of completeness) From The Virtual Body of Christ? Sacrament and Liturgy in Digital Spaces – a symposium organised by the CODEC research centre for […]
All Netflix Category Codes Here’s the complete list of all the codes, so you can search to your heart’s content! http://www.netflix.com/browse/genre/### Categories broken out for children based upon age: Movies for ages 0 to 2: 6796 Movies for ages 2 to 4: 6218 Movies for ages 5 to 7: 5455 Movies for ages 8 to 10: 561 […]
The Sunday after Easter is known as ‘Low Sunday’ throughout the Church, and that doesn’t just refer to the mood of the Clergy. Traditionally, churches would listen to David Bowie’s eleventh album on this day, though since the arrival of Christian worship songs, that tradition has fallen into disuse.
We should not be afraid of dying, but modern society sees this as a failure. This is a subject I have been banging on about for 25+ years. The article on the right was written in 1990 by a Staff Nurse in a Coronary Care Unit (with hair, note!) who felt that we applied the […]