Noetic Punnary

It sounds hard to believe, but Nemu’s End has gathered something of a following at Furrowbrow Abbey in Norfolk. In fact, this is one of the finest examples of 14th century church architecture, so I am  pleased, if a little surprised, to find that my book has found its way into its cloisters. Stranger still,… Read more »

Occupy Matthew!

Subversion on the Mount The bells, the bells, the bells which ruined my blessed sleep on the first Saturday of the occupation barely register anymore, having merged into the general background, but who ever imagined that all this Jesus-talk would become so normal? On the cathedral steps, everyone has become a theologian, taking up whips against… Read more »