In this guest post David Tatem introduces Bibliodrama and Bibliolog, two ways of engaging with biblical texts which could be used to explore texts of violence.
A script from a Keynote event with speaker Helen Paynter on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women in Nov 2021.
It’s been said that America, as South Africa did, must confront its past, especially in terms of white supremacy and racism, and hopefully through honest, deep dialogue across the chasm of race. How do you do that? Well, maybe a
Peter King offers a review of the book ‘The Unknown Terrorist’ with particular reference to how it highlights the mechanisms of scapegoating.
Emily Taylor is a second year student at Emmanuel Bible College in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, studying towards a Bachelor of Religious Education. As part of the assessment for her ‘Historical Books’ class, she wrote a poem called Dear Sisters. This
Carolyn Whitnall is a poet who lives in Bristol and blogs here She has generously allowed us to reproduce here her poem ‘Razed’, which takes a thoughtful look at a familar biblical story. Guest blogs are invited to stimulate thought
Michael Docker is a Baptist minister in Bristol, who generously served as poet in residence during our Launch Workshop on 4th June. This is one of the poems he read, written in the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower fire. Guest
Jen Ford is a Trowbridge-based artist passionate about social justice, wife of a Baptist Minister, eco warrior, nature lover, feminist and a full time mum. Follow her on facebook.com/jenfordart/ Guest blogs are invited to stimulate thought and comment. They do