Tag Archives: sex work

August 18

Sex Workers and Faith

  As a Visiting Research Fellow at the Centre for Religion and Public Life at the University of Leeds, I will be exploring the relationships between sex workers and faith, and indeed fundamentalist christian organizations and their unhealthy relationships with radical feminists (and the funding of such groups). I have blogged about theology and sex […]

August 18

Real Work, Real Talk

  Time for some real talk and reflections here. The past 2 weeks have been a whirlwind and as you know from my previous post hereĀ I have been freelancing for FACT in Liverpool. I am very grateful for my friend Erin who attended both tours and took lots of photos for my blog. Love you […]

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 […]

June 15

Puritan Movement

[Updated Sunday 16th June 2019].   I have spoken increasingly about the relationship between radical feminists/abolitionists and the religious right/ fundamentalist Christians. I now have even more reason to be wary.   Yesterday I pointed out the Exodus Cry have homophobic materials on their website. These are provided further down the blog.   I asked […]

April 21

Easter Sunday

He is risen. At this point there is confusion. Where is His body? The gospel of St. John 20.1-18 tells us the story, and we imagine it almost in real time. A frazzled and faithful Mary Magdalene running to exclaim that the Lord’s body has been taken. Mary just wants the body back. Anyone who […]

April 07

Jesus and sex workers

I was going to think of a snappier title but this post is about Jesus and sex workers, so there it is folks. Not in a rescue industry way. Not in a redemption and at-a-distance ‘pray for them’ way. I recently wrote a piece for the March 2019 issue of our parish magazine about ‘Evangelism […]

March 25

Lent

Today is the Annunciation of our Lord Jesus Christ to the Blessed Virgin Mary. Bet you weren’t expecting a touch of Theology in this blog, but in the absence of me creating a separate one, you can thank me later. I have been reflecting on Lent and what it means to me. What does it […]