Monthly Archives: October 2013

Sabbatical Days

I may, or may not, blog about my sabbatical days as they come to an end in 3 days. However, I offer this poem which I believe speaks quite well about what it has all meant. I touched noses with … Continue reading

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Sabbatical Musings: Being heard

One of the striking moments of sabbatical has been the process of being listened to. Listening is not something I am good at. I will try harder when I return, although therein lies a point perhaps if you try hard … Continue reading

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Improvising with the Bible

During my two weeks at St Deiniol’s Library in Hawarden (www.gladstoneslibrary.org)[1], as well as writing a sample chapter and revision of the introduction of my proposed Meeting the Jewish Jesus for Grove Books[2]; I have been wrestling with the whole … Continue reading

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The Ghost Estate

I visited a Ghost Estate today. The Ghost Estate is Parkwood Springs in Sheffield. Up to the age of 7, I lived there. Then the estate was violently demolished by Sheffield City Council and the people who lived there were … Continue reading

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