Until October 16, 2017, I was one of the thousands addicted to clicking Running Commentary hoping for another…
In this article I shall be arguing the need to retrieve our playful being as a way of participating in a playful God. Against our hubris, social play emerges.
‘It takes a village to raise a child.’ This is true as long as the aim of the village is the raising of the child and not only focused on its economy.
Trust is essential in every aspect of social life. It is vital in relationships and in our political, social, and economic systems
As I was reading Leino's paper, I couldn’t help thinking that our politicians need to play more Cities:Skylines.
We can hope and actualise a better normal - our people need to embark on a process which rethinks the present structures of violence.
There's nothing new about our 'new normality' - and that should bother us. 'Normal' got us to where we are now. But now we need something new, and to do this we need to rethink everything.
To what extent do we as Church, as fellow travellers on this journey of faith, accompany one another intimately, personally, and not just through our “office” or “role”?
What we are experiencing—for the first time— is “being church” where we have no choice but to pay attention to the digital environment we are immersed in.
Life under lock-down was hard on all of us. Yet when the advice is to 'Stay at home,' what do you do when you have no home to stay at?