Tag Archives: Luke

September 01

Humility and Hospitality

    Today my research on organized crime groups was quoted in the Liverpool Echo. And this morning in church our gospel reading was Luke 14. 1, 7-14 which was brilliantly apt and spoke to me about so much. It is a part of the gospel of St. Luke where we are really getting into […]

July 14

What you do for the least of these

Social media and the news are full of horrifying images of humans locked in cages and children dying trying to cross seas, rivers and deserts. This is 2019 and we live in dark times.   Some days I feel burned out and devastated by what I see.   I have posted about these issues here. […]

June 23

The Bible and the ‘other’

[Image is my own, taken of the art work ‘Gaia’ #earthwork art installation at the Liverpool Anglican Cathedral. The artist is Luke Jerram].   I was going to use a snappier title, but I know some people like to skip the theology posts so I wanted to be transparent.   I had been feeling fatigued […]