EACH ENTRY HAS NOW BEEN MADE INTO A LINK – JUST CLICK ON IT TO ACCESS THE ARTICLE/POST NB no links provided for some later Posts which are numbered. Instead use index to get Post number of desired topic (e.g. Exxon is no.635) and scroll to find it.     A Aarti Abortion -Papal […]

“You are the salt of the earth. But if salt loses its ZING, how will it be made salty? It then has no further use than to be thrown out and stomped on.” Matthew 5:13 (Scholars’ Version) Thinking aloud about religion: a personal polemic by Peter Turner We believe Jesus was a real flesh and […]

Writing this on a cheap tablet in a hotel room in S. E. Asia may take me a few days, so you may be kept in suspense! The bathroom fan sounds like a helicopter taking off. Men have an X and a Y chromosome. Women have two X chromosomes. Because Y chromosomes only occur in […]

“A warm welcome to Zingcreed, the Christian-atheist blog coming from London, England. My comment on this copied piece is “Wow!” Worship as Wild Courtship 7/11/2017 By: Matthew Syrdal “The heavens are rehearsing the glory of God… Day pours forth speech unto day; night reveals knowledge unto night. They have no speech, they use no words; no […]

Worship is our response to an awareness of God. We can worship alone, but when we join with others in expectant waiting we may discover a deeper sense of God’s presence. We seek a gathered stillness in our meetings for worship so that all may feel the power of God’s love drawing us together and […]

I’ve been attending the London Anarchist Book Fair for at least 10 years. I don’t belong to any political party; I’m just on the fringes of the local protest group, HSG, which happens to be anarchist. The book fair is one of the highlights of the political year for me. I counted 25 people I […]

I went to a moving service at Saint Martin’s in the Fields church last week. It was a commemoration service for the 144 homeless people who died in London over the last 12 months. As I have frequently interviewed rough sleepers for this blog (‘London’s homeless speak’ in the index, accessible from the blog’s title […]

Be aware of the spirit of God at work in the ordinary activities and experience of your daily life. Spiritual learning continues throughout life, and often in unexpected ways. There is inspiration to be found all around us, in the natural world, in the sciences and arts, in our work and friendships, in our sorrows […]

The blasphemy of art Some years ago, far outside the gated community of theological discourse, a remarkable religious display went on international tour. Madonna, the pop diva and recent Kabbalah devotee, cut a triumphant swath around the globe and with it drew condemnations from every religious authority in her wake. The Church of England worried […]