Netflix has dropped a new documentary called Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press. The bulk of the argument is built up by looking at first the story of Hulk Hogan vs Gawker and then that of the The Las Vegas Review-Journal take over. I’m not going to break it down step by step. Far […]
I’ve just read The Circle by Dave Eggers on the recommendation of Pete Phillips from the #MediaLit17 Conference I’ve just blogged my way through. ‘Prescient, scary, unputdownable.’ The Times got it right with that comment. With no chapters, only three ‘books’, I raced through this book with seemingly unquenchable curiosity — what would happen? would Mae copee? […]
The MediaLit17 Chronicles
A write up of a public lecture given by Dr Barbara Sattler given at St John’s College February 16th 2017.
A friend and I went took the opportunity to attend the Durham Castle Lecture about Free Speech on Wednesday. The speaker was political historian and free-speech advocate Professor Timothy Garton Ash from Oxford. It was an interesting presentation of two main halves; systems of speech in our interconnected world, and principles for speaking freely with […]
A review of Come Lord Jesus! by Stephen Motyer.
I recently had the opportunity to read Ian Paul’s Evangelical Leadership: Challenges and Opportunities, a grove booklet in the Leadership Series. I have reviewed it for Illuminate Magazine, the student publication for the London School of Theology – where I live, work and study. Check it out: The London School of Theology’s mission statement declares that […]
Hands down my favourite Christian Song. Check it out.
CS Lewis famously once said: There are two equal and opposite errors into which our race can fall about the devils. One is to disbelieve in their existence. The other is to believe, and to feel an excessive and unhealthy interest in them. I personally know many people, Christians and non-Christians alike, who fall all […]
John 17 “May they experience such perfect unity that the world will know that you sent me and that you love them as much as you love me.” In the Larnaca Statement