Chaos & creativity

The creation stories in the book of Genesis seemingly describe life being formed out of a nothing (imagine what nothing is not!?) The scientific parallel points to the Big Bang theory where chaos (and creativity) is propelled from a

“The photograph of the barbed wire was taken in Oxfordshire by the Thames on a morning when there was a marvellous Hoare Frost in January 2010. It reminds me that something as vicious as barbed wire can be transformed into something beautiful through an act of God – how much more then might I be transformed?” (Photo and reflection by Kate Evans).

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‘We must do this again’

Many of you will know that I am not adverse to the odd game of golf – sometimes it is very odd indeed, sometimes a little crazy! The game has been around since people saw the need to hit a ball with a stick in the countryside. ‘A good walk spoiled’ cynics have cried. Yet golf, re-accredited as an Olympic sport, has never been more popular. The old social stereotypes are gradually being dismantled. Continue reading “‘We must do this again’”