A Poet’s Arctic Adventure

This December, Leicester writer Siobhan Logan, will be sponsored by the Radio and Space Plasma Physics Group of Leicester University, to visit Tromso in Northern Norway. The trip will be to develop her poem sequence, Colour Catchers, based on myths and images of the Northern Lights. She hopes to meet with scientists studying the aurora … Continue reading

The ‘Jesus in India’ theory stirs up excitement

More than 100 years after the Russian explorer Nicolas Notovitch released his book The Unknown Life of Jesus Christ in which he translated some ancient Tibetan Buddhist scrolls that seemed to indicate that Jesus may have spent his lost years in India, there is a palpable sense of excitement in India once again. The first … Continue reading

[Interview] Glen H. Stassen, author of ‘Peace Action: Past, Present, and Future’

Peace activist and award-winning author, Glen H. Stassen is the Smedes Professor of Christian Ethics at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena. His books include Kingdom Ethics: Following Jesus in Contemporary Context, which he co-authored with David Gushee (InterVarsity, 2003) and went on to win the Christianity Today Award for Best Book of 2004 in Theology … Continue reading