Ecological Reflections on Psalm 104 by Richard Gunton with input from George Otieno and others

This joyful psalm expresses wonder at the works of God seen throughout the earth. We might call it “ecological” in the original sense of that word: a study of the homes of things. A home is more than a place of shelter, and the psalmist describes diverse ways in which …

“Bizarre, Absurd” by Dr David Golding – Complaint about the programme, “What’s the point of …the Met Office?” (Wed 5th August, Radio 4)

[Editors Note: This is the text (slightly shortened) of a complaint sent by Dr Golding to the BBC. The views expressed are his personal views and should not be taken as representing the views of JRI] Why this matters: In my submission to the Leveson Inquiry, entitled “Old-style/New-style Abuse of …

Martin Hodson reviews “Postcards from the Middle East. How our family fell in love with the Arab world” (Chris Naylor)

Chris Naylor is now Executive Director A Rocha International, and is based back in the United Kingdom, but for the twenty years between 1989 and 2009, he and his family were resident for much of the time in the Middle East, mostly in Lebanon. When I set out to review …