One of the aims of Seditious Theology was to allow others to contribute on things they were passionate about that had a seditious edge. Well, this month we have my good friend the Rev. Dr Sue Shooter. I used to share editorial duties with Sue at The Journal Of Practical Theology and we had many good chats on many good subjects. Here, Sue introduces us to a … Continue reading The Loudest Voice You’ve Never Heard?
With Easter here, I thought I would choose something a bit more topical. The post today is Patti Smith’s song, ‘Gloria (In Excelsis Deo)’ from her album Horses. ( If you do not have a copy I suggest you source one immediately – it’s that good, that important!) The only comment I shall pass is that the first line is: ‘Jesus died for somebody’s sins but not … Continue reading Stop, Look & Listen No.5
Having spent a disproportionate amount of my time at football matches during the 1980s (Chelsea, Millwall and Crystal Palace) and a disproportionate amount of time in churches during the 1990s (Evangelical, Pentecostal and Charismatic) it has, over the years, dawned on me that while these social spaces and the practices found within could be described as the proverbial Chalk & Cheese, on further investigation they … Continue reading Confronting The Enemy