Monthly Archives: June 2015

Having Fun In Church and Dying in the Faith of Christ: What I Learned from Richard Feynman

I was watching a documentary about the development of Quantum physics recently. One of the big developments in this field came from Richard Feynman. He was responsible for developing pictures called ‘Feynman Diagrams’ which showed what the results of sub-atomic … Continue reading

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Tim Hunt and ‘Women in The Lab’: Some Thoughts on Crying

Tim Hunt (Nobel Prize winner for Medicine) has got himself into some hot water by saying at a conference that ‘women in the lab’ are a problem because they fall in love with you, you fall in love with them, … Continue reading

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Church as ‘Part of Society’: Church as ‘Alternative Version of It’

Reflection 7-6-15 Here is a dilemma. I found this quote in a book I’ve been reading recently “If we are going to be a missionary Church we cannot be only people in retreat from insecurity. People must be strengthened to … Continue reading

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